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Feb 05, 2020
February 28 - April 5, 2020
The Phipps Center for the Arts, Hudson, WI
Artist's Reception: March 6, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
New large-scale landscape paintings will be on display in Gallery 1.
My approach to the landscape is through the layered experience of nature. As one sits in a space painting or meditating, details emerge to the different senses. The longer time spent, the deeper the unfolding of information. This layering of experience divulges energies and patterns, eventually moving beyond details to discovering the essence, or spirit, of a place. As the experience of Nature is a layering of sensory input, my large canvases signify a bodily perception through a progression of paint handling: washes, fields of color, impasto strokes, and glazing and scumbling.
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For Paintings: Many of the still lifes of food are painted on cradled wood panels. The landscapes and all other paintings are painted on stretcheded 10 duck canvas. I make my own stretchers and wood panels in a wood shop attached to my studio. The wood substrate is made of pine or poplar and is cross-grained to prevent warping. The canvas and panels each receive three layers of gesso before being painted. After completion, each painting receives a protective varnish. The canvases, generally, have the images wrapped around the sides. I make my own canvases and panels to assure that, if framed and displayed properly, my paintings will last for generations. For prints: All prints are on archival 100% cotton fine-art paper. The paper has a smooth natural texture, is a sturdy 15 mil. thick and uses no optical brightners. Printed with archival water-resistent inks that will not fade for a hundred years, when properly matted and framed.
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Peanuts and Peanuts, oil on canvas