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2011 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 22: Kimberly Post Rowe | Dianna Rust | Susan Tobey White)

 














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Kimberly Post Rowe - Raymond, ME (web) | "Crazed with the Love of Light" | Mobile Phone Photograph | Printed on Fine Art Water Color Paper | 15"x15"

Kimberly Post Rowe - Raymond, ME (web)
Fine Art Photographer

"Crazed with the Love of Light" | Mobile Phone Photograph | Printed on Fine Art Water Color Paper | 15"x15"

Artist Statement: The camera is my key to the secret garden, my way through the looking glass. Both moving in close and looking up from under reveal hidden worlds that keep me enthralled and in a constant state of wonder. Forms, textures, and colors are perfect in their beauty and leave me with a sense that all is right in the world. I am also a writer and tend to turn inward for long periods of time while in the process. Photography balances this tendency by turning me outward, allowing me to see and interact with the world as it is right now and be mindful of each moment as it happens." --Kimberly Post Rowe

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Dianna Rust - Camden, ME | "Black-eyed Susans" 2010 | Lumen Print, on Black & White Silver Gelatin Paper | 20"x24"

Dianna Rust - Camden, ME
Fine Art Photographer

"Black-eyed Susans" 2010 | Lumen Print, on Black & White Silver Gelatin Paper | 20"x24"

Artist Statement: "I have come to find peace and spirit both in the practice of my art and in how it allows me to transform the very subjects I photograph beyond that which the eye may initially behold. I work within my immediate world: in my home, my garden, and in the woods nearby. There is sheer wonder in the way photography allows me to discover and to create. However I make my prints, whether by using historical processes, or by 'playing with' conventional black and white silver gelatin papers, they involve the work of the hand and each one is unique." --Dianna Rust

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Susan Tobey White - Belfast, ME (web) | Tasty Tomatoes" | Acrylic on Canvas | 36"x36"

Susan Tobey White - Belfast, ME (web)
Painter

"Tasty Tomatoes" | Acrylic on Canvas| 36"x36"

Artist Statement: "My work is about energy and colors of living in Maine. As an artist a feeling of success occurs when you know that an emotion has surfaced when your work is viewed. This fall I began a series, Vegetables: Bigger than Life. These begin with classic drawing of the simple, bold shapes, then layers and layers of color until the illusion of form is achieved. My work is in private collections throughout the United States, in Canada, Europe and Australia." --Susan Tobey White

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Kimberly Post Rowe - Raymond, ME
http://www.eyepholio.com

Fine Art Photographer

"Crazed with the Love of Light"

Mobile Phone Photograph

Printed on Fine Art Water Color Paper

15"x15"

Artist Statement: "The camera is my key to the secret garden, my way through the looking glass. Both moving in close and looking up from under reveal hidden worlds that keep me enthralled and in a constant state of wonder. Forms, textures, and colors are perfect in their beauty and leave me with a sense that all is right in the world. I am also a writer and tend to turn inward for long periods of time while in the process. Photography balances this tendency by turning me outward, allowing me to see and interact with the world as it is right now and be mindful of each moment as it happens." --Kimberly Rowe

Call (207) 650-3964 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Dianna Rust - Camden, ME

Fine Art Photographer

"Black-eyed Susans" 2010

Lumen Print, on Black & White Silver Gelatin Paper

20"x24"

Artist Statement: "I have come to find peace and spirit both in the practice of my art and in how it allows me to transform the very subjects I photograph beyond that which the eye may initially behold. I work within my immediate world: in my home, my garden, and in the woods nearby. There is sheer wonder in the way photography allows me to discover and to create. However I make my prints, whether by using historical processes, or by 'playing with' conventional black and white silver gelatin papers, they involve the work of the hand and each one is unique." --Dianna Rust

Call (207) 236-0278 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Susan Tobey White - Belfast, ME
http://www.highstreetgallery.com

Painter

"Tasty Tomatoes"

Acrylic on Canvas

36"x36"

Artist Statement: "My work is about energy and colors of living in Maine. As an artist a feeling of success occurs when you know that an emotion has surfaced when your work is viewed. This fall I began a series, Vegetables: Bigger than Life. These begin with classic drawing of the simple, bold shapes, then layers and layers of color until the illusion of form is achieved. My work is in private collections throughout the United States, in Canada, Europe and Australia." --Susan Tobey White

Call (207) 338-8990 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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