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2011 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 18: Jeff Loxterkamp | Rebecca Thompson)

 














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Jeff Loxterkamp - Bangor, ME (web) | "Stonington Back Porches" | Oil On Canvas | 24"x36"

Jeff Loxterkamp - Bangor, ME (web)
Painter

"Stonington Back Porches" | Oil On Canvas | 24"x36"

Artist Statement: Jeff Loxterkamp earned an MFA at the University of Iowa in 1989. He was named "One to Watch" in the April 2009 edition of Maine Home & Design. Loxterkamp's cityscapes feature old-fashioned villages and downtowns that speck the Maine Coast line from Kittery to Mt. Desert and along the Blue Hill Peninsula. "His colors pop off the canvas, with deep, brooding skies and wildly fluid brushstrokes. There's a sense of motion....a feeling of change." "I like playing with paint," Loxterkamp says. "I try to make a painting seem as sensuous as possible, so you almost want to touch it but shouldn't.

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Rebecca Thompson - Stonington, ME (web) | "Rockport Morning" | Oil on Linen | 30"x40"

Rebecca Thompson - Stonington, ME (web)
Sculptor & painter

"Rockport Morning" | Oil on Linen | 30"x40"

Artist Statement: "Most of my work involves a moment captured; a moment that implies narrative, real or imagined. By doing this, I hope to create a sense of anticipation and invite the participation of the viewer. I want to tell a story but let the viewer supply the details. Washes of light and atmospheric strokes of color are my tools." --Rebecca Thompson

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Jeff Loxterkamp - Bangor, ME
http://www.maineartscene.com/jeff-loxterkamp.html

Painter

"Stonington Back Porches"

Oil On Canvas

24"x36"

Artist Statement: Jeff Loxterkamp earned an MFA at the University of Iowa in 1989. He was named "One to Watch" in the April 2009 edition of Maine Home & Design. Loxterkamp's cityscapes feature old-fashioned villages and downtowns that speck the Maine Coast line from Kittery to Mt. Desert and along the Blue Hill Peninsula. "His colors pop off the canvas, with deep, brooding skies and wildly fluid brushstrokes. There's a sense of motion....a feeling of change." "I like playing with paint," Loxterkamp says. "I try to make a painting seem as sensuous as possible, so you almost want to touch it but shouldn't."

Call (207) 299-5968 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Rebecca Thompson - Stonington, ME & Little Rock, AR
http://www.rebeccathompson.net

Painter

"Rockport Morning"

Oil on Linen

30"x40"

Artist Statement: "Most of my work involves a moment captured; a moment that implies narrative, real or imagined. By doing this, I hope to create a sense of anticipation and invite the participation of the viewer. I want to tell a story but let the viewer supply the details. Washes of light and atmospheric strokes of color are my tools." --Rebecca Thompson

Call (501) 661-9088 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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