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2011 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 20: Russell Kahn | Lori Tremblay)

 














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Russell Kahn - Belfast, ME (web) | "Second Line" | Linoleum Block Print | 22.5"x30"

Russell Kahn - Belfast, ME (web)
Printmaker & Ceramic Artist

"Second Line" | Linoleum Block Print | 22.5"x30"

Artist Statement: "Think globally, act locally" is a motto that Russell Kahn lives by with his art. He has been an art educator in public schools for the past 20 years and shows his own art in local venues, however inspiration for ideas and media comes from all over the globe. His father is from Capetown, South Africa, his mother is from Tel Aviv, Israel, and his stepmother is from Innsbruk, Austria. Prior to settling in Maine, he lived in New York, South Africa, Boston,Tucson and on the Navajo Reservation. All of these places and cultures have contributed to who Russell Kahn is and how he sees the world.

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Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME | "Air" | Oil on Birch Panel | 12"x12"

Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME
Painter

"Air" | Oil on Birch Panel | 12"x12"

Artist Statement: "The work is born of geometrical relationships that either describe or conceptualize an aspect of nature. I believe each painting's life is received from the color and the many layers of paint which bring up the surface to a level of finish that feels rich and complete. I paint toward balance, and poise, a sense of order that feels long forgotten, and my desire to see it and know it and communicate it through the work." --Lori Tremblay

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Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME | "Kingship" | Oil on Birch Panel | 12"x12"

Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME
Painter

"Kingship" | Oil on Birch Panel | 12"x12"

Artist Statement: "The work is born of geometrical relationships that either describe or conceptualize an aspect of nature. I believe each painting's life is received from the color and the many layers of paint which bring up the surface to a level of finish that feels rich and complete. I paint toward balance, and poise, a sense of order that feels long forgotten, and my desire to see it and know it and communicate it through the work." --Lori Tremblay

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Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME | "Fire" | Oil on Birch Panel | 12"x12"

Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME
Painter

"Fire" | Oil on Birch Panel | 12"x12"

Artist Statement: "The work is born of geometrical relationships that either describe or conceptualize an aspect of nature. I believe each painting's life is received from the color and the many layers of paint which bring up the surface to a level of finish that feels rich and complete. I paint toward balance, and poise, a sense of order that feels long forgotten, and my desire to see it and know it and communicate it through the work." --Lori Tremblay

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Russell Kahn - Belfast, ME
http://www.maineartscene.com/Russell-Kahn.html

Printmaker & Ceramic Artist

"Second Line"

Linoleum Block Print

22.5"x30"

Artist Statement: "Think globally, act locally" is a motto that Russell Kahn lives by with his art. He has been an art educator in public schools for the past 20 years and shows his own art in local venues, however inspiration for ideas and media comes from all over the globe. His father is from Capetown, South Africa, his mother is from Tel Aviv, Israel, and his stepmother is from Innsbruk, Austria. Prior to settling in Maine, he lived in New York, South Africa, Boston,Tucson and on the Navajo Reservation. All of these places and cultures have contributed to who Russell Kahn is and how he sees the world.

Call (207) 322-6168 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME

Painter

"Air"

Oil on Birch Panel

12"x12"

"Kingship"

Oil on Birch Panel

12"x12"

"Fire"

Oil on Birch Panel

12"x12"

Artist Statement: "The work is born of geometrical relationships that either describe or conceptualize an aspect of nature. I believe each painting's life is received from the color and the many layers of paint which bring up the surface to a level of finish that feels rich and complete. I paint toward balance, and poise, a sense of order that feels long forgotten, and my desire to see it and know it and communicate it through the work." --Lori Tremblay

Call (207) 879-2517 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

1 comment

  • Comment Link Chad Anderson

    Lori,
    Scrolling through and recognized your work right away. I hope you are doing well. Great to see you here. New Year wishes to you and Drew. BE WELL>
    Chad

    Wednesday, 04 January 2012 21:36 posted by Chad Anderson

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