Tag Archives: Oil painting

Erin Fitzpatrick – Baltimore, Maryland

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make paintings to entice the viewer with decorative, visual overload. My paintings are full of layered patterns and textiles, items I have collected and sought out for each piece. While the figure creates … Continue reading

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Ashley Cummock-Rose – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work explores personal narratives that revolve around the choices we make at key life junctures. Currently, my artwork represents a means for me to explore my alternate selves who did not chose to … Continue reading

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Russell Shoemaker – Kansas City, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. I make slowly built up and layered paintings. I’m concerned with time, color, composition, oscillations, memory, history, aggregated parts. I’m trying to make work that has an internal logic – that creates it’s own … Continue reading

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Cassie Marie Edwards – Madison, South Dakota

Briefly describe the work you do. My recent studio work centers on a series of still life paintings done in oil that are intended to explore the boundaries of representational art. The paintings feature small-scale sets that contain ceramic figurines … Continue reading

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Anne Horst – Germany

Briefly describe the work you do. Digging, thinking, wasting, writing, looking, smoking, twinkling, mixing, sewing, collecting, breathing, holding, drinking, deciding, running, discarding, rejecting, accepting, deciding, decinding, deciding, painting. Tell us a little about your background and how that influences you … Continue reading

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Patrick Romine – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I began as a portrait and still life artist in the 1980’s. Portrait painting is probably the hardest and most rewarding genre. Not just getting a likeness, anyone can be trained to do that, … Continue reading

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Erica Jane Huntzinger – Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. My works are visual documentations of internal landscapes. The paintings I create are an attempt to bridge the dualities of the conscious and the unconscious through sensitive attention to experience, perception, and sensation. Each … Continue reading

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