Monthly Archives: April 2013

Jacki Gunton

Last semester my intent was to focus on figuration. However, when January arrived, my interest in exclusively painting portraits had dried up about as fast as a glob of acrylic paint left in the sun. This semester I have made … Continue reading

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Sheena L

My work consists of creating paintings from memories. A memory is a perception of something at a particular time. Memories include preferences of perception and they can often be inaccurate. Memories consist of emotions, smells, sounds and are influenced by … Continue reading

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Artist Statement – Kendra Streilein

  Throughout the years my art has spanned many different mediums, however painting and sculpture have started to become my main focus. The process of mixing sculpture and painting has become of special interest. I often use thick paint or … Continue reading

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Jessica Gardner – Artist Statement

My current painting practice examines the intuitive relationship between the figure and the interior space in which the figure occupies. I am intrigued by the potentiality in portraying this habituated affair through consideration of how a figure and a space … Continue reading

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M. Ludlow My practice stands as an investigation of the use of colloquial expressions in painting. Through painterly explorations, I experiment with how a simple expression can stand in for a complex thought. Paintings containing single words or short sayings, … Continue reading

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Julie Yan

  I didn’t set out to be a portrait artist or to create artwork relating to social commentary but as my portfolio established, narratives started to develop and I began to notice a pattern I hadn’t intended but am now … Continue reading

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