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2011 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 01: Judith Krischik | C E Morse)















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Judith Krischik - Mount Vernon, ME (web) | "Grosse Farbubung II" | Acrylic on Streched Paper

Judith Krischik - Mount Vernon, ME (web)
Painter

"Grosse Farbubung II"
36"x36" Acrylic on Stretched Paper

Artist Statement: "In my recent work, my subject is color. I want to explore how color creates light and movement in painting. Being of German origin, I have always been interested in the artist group The Blue Rider (Munich) and their use of primary and secondary colors. However, only recently I have discovered a connection between the French painter Robert Delaunay and Klee, Macke and Marc. Delaunay influenced the Blue Riders when they visited him in Paris almost a hundred years ago. What struck me was Robert Delaunay's ideal of creating light through the movement of color. He distinguished movement in 'slow movement of complementary colors' and 'fast movement of dissonant colors.' My works on paper explore the three complementary pairs blue/orange, yellow/purple and red/green. I use broad flexible spatulas to spread the acrylic fluid paint on sheets of paper. After stretching the paper over canvas stretchers, I carefully glaze over and around the paint turning my work into a composition of shapes, color and layers." --Judith Krischik

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Christopher E. Morse - Cumberland, ME (web) | "Dybro 115" | 24x36 Pigment on Paper

C E Morse - Cumberland, ME (web)
Fine Art Photographer

"Dybro 115"
24"x36" Pigment on Paper: Archival K3 Epson Inks / Epson Photo Luster with Three Coats of Premiere Art Shield

Artist Statement: Time and the elements transform the commonplace into the extraordinary. Sections of rock, car fenders, trees, and trains metamorphosize into visual worlds with little or no sense of scale or identity: incidental art." --C E Morse

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Judith Krischik - Mount Vernon, ME (web) | "Grosse Farbubung III" Acrylic on Streched Paper

Judith Krischik - Mount Vernon, ME (web)
Painter

"Grosse Farbubung III"
36"x36" Acrylic on Stretched Paper

Artist Statement: "In my recent work, my subject is color. I want to explore how color creates light and movement in painting. Being of German origin, I have always been interested in the artist group The Blue Rider (Munich) and their use of primary and secondary colors. However, only recently I have discovered a connection between the French painter Robert Delaunay and Klee, Macke and Marc. Delaunay influenced the Blue Riders when they visited him in Paris almost a hundred years ago. What struck me was Robert Delaunay's ideal of creating light through the movement of color. He distinguished movement in 'slow movement of complementary colors' and 'fast movement of dissonant colors.' My works on paper explore the three complementary pairs blue/orange, yellow/purple and red/green. I use broad flexible spatulas to spread the acrylic fluid paint on sheets of paper. After stretching the paper over canvas stretchers, I carefully glaze over and around the paint turning my work into a composition of shapes, color and layers." --Judith Krischik

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Judith Krischik - Mount Vernon, ME
http://www.judithkrischik.com

Painter

"Grosse Farbubung II" (yellow)

36"x36" Acrylic on Stretched Paper

"Grosse Farbubung III" (red)

36"x36" Acrylic on Stretched Paper

Artist Statement: "In my recent work, my subject is color. I want to explore how color creates light and movement in painting. Being of German origin, I have always been interested in the artist group The Blue Rider (Munich) and their use of primary and secondary colors. However, only recently I have discovered a connection between the French painter Robert Delaunay and Klee, Macke and Marc. Delaunay influenced the Blue Riders when they visited him in Paris almost a hundred years ago. What struck me was Robert Delaunay's ideal of creating light through the movement of color. He distinguished movement in 'slow movement of complementary colors' and 'fast movement of dissonant colors.' My works on paper explore the three complementary pairs blue/orange, yellow/purple and red/green. I use broad flexible spatulas to spread the acrylic fluid paint on sheets of paper. After stretching the paper over canvas stretchers, I carefully glaze over and around the paint turning my work into a composition of shapes, color and layers." --Judith Krischik

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C E Morse - Cumberland, ME
http://www.cemorsephotography.com

Fine Art Photographer

"Dybro 115"

24"x36" Pigment on Paper: Archival K3 Epson Inks / Epson Photo Luster with Three Coats of Premiere Art Shield

Artist Statement: "Time and the elements transform the commonplace into the extraordinary. Sections of rock, car fenders, trees, and trains metamorphosize into visual worlds with little or no sense of scale or identity: incidental art." --C E Morse

Call (207) 829-6339 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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