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2011 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 16: Michael Fleming | Alexandra Tyng | Ragna Bruno)

 














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Michael Fleming - Phippsburg, ME (web) | "Linekin" | Maine Coast Found Driftwood, Custom Hand Made Linen Shade | Lamp: 54"x75"x38" | Shade: 44"x16.5"x9"

Michael Fleming - Phippsburg, ME (web)
Woodworker

"Linekin" | Maine Coast Found Driftwood, Custom Hand Made Linen Shade | Lamp: 54"x75"x38" | Shade: 44"x16.5"x9"

Artist Statement: "I'm enthralled with the often overlooked and simply beautiful objects found along Maine's shores. Ordinary life in maine is what inspires me. It's natural and abundant beauty - the people, the ever changing tides and weather, the light...being connected with such unparalleled surroundings, how can one not be inspired?" --Michael Fleming

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Alexandra Tyng (web) | "Great and Little Duck" | Oil on Linen | 36"x48"

Alexandra Tyng (web)
Painter

"Great and Little Duck" | Oil on Linen | 36"x48"

Artist Statement: "The overriding idea behind my work, from aerial landscapes to paintings of people, is to create a hierarchy of viewpoints, worlds within worlds, a gradual revealing of the details of a specific place within its larger context. As I work I am constantly aware of abstract form; I see the interplay of land and water, or people in an environment, as variations of figure-ground relationships. I also have a very personal connection to the places I paint and the people who inhabit them. A good painting always starts with a powerful energy. It is alive with the spirit of both the subject and the artist. It captures a moment in time, but that moment holds within it the suggestion of qualities that exist beyond that moment." --Alexandra Tyng

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Ragna Bruno - Hancock, ME (web) | "Jazz Movement" 2010 | Oil on Multimedia Art Board | 23"x19"

Ragna Bruno - Hancock, ME (web)
Painter & Sculptor

"Jazz Movement" 2010 | Oil on Multimedia Art Board | 23"x19"

24 carat gold and wood
8 feet high x 8 feet wide x 6 inches deep

Artist Statement: "To paint is an adventure into the unknown, a journey of discovery. It allows me to connect inner and outer reality—striving for feeling and order to correspond to intuition." --Ragno Bruno

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Ragna Bruno - Hancock, ME (web) | "Stones" 2009 | Oil on Canvas | 48"x48"

Ragna Bruno - Hancock, ME (web)
Painter & Sculptor

"Stones" 2009 | Oil on Canvas | 48"x48"

Artist Statement: "To paint is an adventure into the unknown, a journey of discovery. It allows me to connect inner and outer reality—striving for feeling and order to correspond to intuition." --Ragno Bruno

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Michael Fleming - Phippsburg, ME
http://www.designsadrift.com

Woodworker

"Linekin"

Maine Coast Found Driftwood, Custom Hand Made Linen Shade

Lamp: 54"x75"x38"

Shade: 44"x16.5"x9"

Artist Statement: "I'm enthralled with the often overlooked and simply beautiful objects found along Maine's shores. Ordinary life in maine is what inspires me. It's natural and abundant beauty - the people, the ever changing tides and weather, the light...being connected with such unparalleled surroundings, how can one not be inspired?" --Michael Fleming

Call (207) 389-1563 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Alexandra Tyng
http://www.alexandratyng.com

Painter

"Great and Little Duck"

Oil on Linen

36"x48"

Artist Statement: "The overriding idea behind my work, from aerial landscapes to paintings of people, is to create a hierarchy of viewpoints, worlds within worlds, a gradual revealing of the details of a specific place within its larger context. As I work I am constantly aware of abstract form; I see the interplay of land and water, or people in an environment, as variations of figure-ground relationships. I also have a very personal connection to the places I paint and the people who inhabit them. A good painting always starts with a powerful energy. It is alive with the spirit of both the subject and the artist. It captures a moment in time, but that moment holds within it the suggestion of qualities that exist beyond that moment." --Alexandra Tyng

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Ragna Bruno - Hancock, ME
http://www.ragnabruno.com

Painter & Sculptor

"Jazz Movement" 2010

Oil on Multimedia Art Board

23"x19"

"Stones" 2009

Oil on Canvas

48"x48"

Artist Statement: "To paint is an adventure into the unknown, a journey of discovery. It allows me to connect inner and outer reality—striving for feeling and order to correspond to intuition." --Ragno Bruno

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