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B. A. Mintz: Impressionist Surrealism

B. A. Mintz: Impressionist Surrealism

| May 12, 2015

Almost abstract yet almost recognizable, B. A. Mintz’s work is a fascinating amalgam of styles. Mintz paints collections of undulating shapes in lush, multicolored acrylic. Her forms are not simple geometric structures but freewheeling and widely variable. They fit together like puzzle pieces, yet they also seem to be growing out of and overlapping one […]

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Ysabelle Dauguet Investigates Space Through Color and Line

Ysabelle Dauguet Investigates Space Through Color and Line

| May 10, 2015

Ysabelle Dauguet’s paintings explore spatial dynamics, overlaps, and intersections where people and space meet. Dauguet was raised in Mauritius but moved to Australia when she was fourteen. This change and the need for adaptation which it engendered had a profound effect on Dauguet and has affected her work ever since. Her paintings depict a constant […]

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Tracey Harvey: Making Colors and Shapes a Moving Experience

Tracey Harvey: Making Colors and Shapes a Moving Experience

| May 10, 2015

For Tracey Harvey, the “movement of color and shapes” is the source of her work’s form and energy. She finds those colors and shapes to be “just like the constantly moving landscapes we all live in,” and her dynamic abstract images capture the spirit of those landscapes. In her paintings, done in oils and acrylics […]

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Sandy McLean: The Outback Artist

Sandy McLean: The Outback Artist

| May 10, 2015

Sandy McLean’s images of the Australian Outback are unique in their deeply felt poignancy. They show untouched, wild nature that also happens to be right outside the artist’s window. In acrylic, pen, and pencil, McLean creates vibrant close-ups of both people and animals. She captures horses mid-gallop and birds on the verge of taking flight, […]

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Ludmila Kouzmin Paints an Aesthetic of Place

Ludmila Kouzmin Paints an Aesthetic of Place

| May 9, 2015

Throughout Ludmila Kouzmin’s expressively evocative architectural landscapes one finds keen observation and an appreciation for structural details and space, as the artist discovers an organic balance between function and aesthetic. Heavy with atmosphere and mood, these buildings are comfortably settled into their surroundings, harmoniously taking a peaceful yet active role in the natural world. Weather […]

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Samantha Yallope: Psyche in Translation

Samantha Yallope: Psyche in Translation

| May 9, 2015

Samantha Yallope typically works in oil on canvas or board and occasionally acrylic. Semi-figurative and vibrant in hue, her works border on illustration and certainly express Pop sensibilities at times. As symbolic renderings of the human soul and psyche, in all of its prismatic fluctuations, her works straddle many levels and speak in many tongues. […]

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Barry Heyman: Gathering a “Photographic Cornucopia” from Around the World

Barry Heyman: Gathering a “Photographic Cornucopia” from Around the World

| April 4, 2015

A spontaneous sense of curiosity can be felt in Barry Heyman’s photographs, the subjects of which run from rural landscapes, to urban scenes, to portraits of a wide variety of people. The resulting collection comes to life in what the artist calls “a photographic cornucopia of color and spatial juxtapositions.” Heyman places those juxtapositions in […]

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