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2011 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 04: J. Wilkinson | L. Hutchinson | K. Engman | C. Beneman )

 














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John Wilkinson - Deer Isle, ME (web) | "Squawk" | Plaster & Pigment | 26"x10"x7"

John Wilkinson - Deer Isle, ME (web)
Sculptor

"Squawk"
Plaster & Pigment | 26"x10"x7"

Artist Statement: "The two pieces in the showcase--Squawk and Measuring Man at Rest--are representative of what I make. Like most of my sculptures, they refer to an identifiable starting point but depart from that as work progresses. Squawk has become a metonomy for a bird. Measuring Man at Rest is one of series of sculptures showing a man with measuring implements." --John Wilkinson

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Lori Hutchinson - Jay, ME (web) | "Flower Study #1" | Photograph | 20"x36"

Lori Hutchinson - Jay, ME (web)
Fine Art Photographer

"Flower Study #1"
20"x36"

Artist Statement: "Inspiration. From the way light gives color and shape to an object, to the movement of a dancer's dress, to the sensuous lines of a flower petal, Lori finds inspiration in the simple to the sublime. To capture these images, Lori has used traditional and digital photographic techniques such as montage and multiple exposure.” --Lori Hutchinson

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Kris Engman – Liberty, ME (web) | "Apple Blossoms" | Oil on Panel | 11"x14"

Kris Engman – Liberty, ME (web)
Painter; Sculptor

"Apple Blossoms" | 2009
Oil on Panel | 11"x14"

Artist Statement: "For a long time, over 20 years, I cast figures in bronze. Eventually, that investigation ran it's course and after something of a 'vacant' period, my thoughts and energy were turned toward color and oil paint; from this has come a body of flat work in the form of paintings, drawings, and computer generated imagery. Long-dormant interests in certain design elements and materials - patterned geometries, repetition, color harmonies, gridded or banded landscapes, waxy bas-relief surfacing, metal leaf - currently hold my attention." --Kerstin Engman

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Christine Beneman – Scarborough, ME (web) | "Garden Party 2" | Monotype | 15"x22"

Christine Beneman – Scarborough, ME (web)
Printmaker

"Garden Party 2"
Monotype | 15"x22"

Artist Statement: "COMING SOON” --Christine Beneman

Call: (207) 409-2023 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it















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John Wilkinson - Deer Isle, ME
http://www.sculptor1.com

Sculptor

"Squawk"

Plaster & Pigment

26"x10"x7" 

Artist Statement: "The two pieces in the showcase--Squawk and Measuring Man at Rest--are representative of what I make. Like most of my sculptures, they refer to an identifiable starting point but depart from that as work progresses. Squawk has become a metonomy for a bird. Measuring Man at Rest is one of series of sculptures showing a man with measuring implements." --John Wilkinson

Call (207) 348 2363 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 

Lori Hutchinson - Jay, ME
http://www.imagesbylorianne.com

Fine Art Photographer

"Flower Study #1"

20"x36"

Artist Statement: Inspiration. From the way light gives color and shape to an object, to the movement of a dancer's dress, to the sensuous lines of a flower petal, Lori finds inspiration in the simple to the sublime. To capture these images, Lori has used traditional and digital photographic techniques such as montage and multiple exposure.

Call (207) 897-3046 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Kris Engman – Liberty, ME

http://www.kerstinengman.com

Painter; Sculptor

"Apple Blossoms"

Oil on Panel

11"x14"

Artist Statement: "For a long time, over 20 years, I cast figures in bronze. Eventually, that investigation ran it's course and after something of a 'vacant' period, my thoughts and energy were turned toward color and oil paint; from this has come a body of flat work in the form of paintings, drawings, and computer generated imagery. Long-dormant interests in certain design elements and materials - patterned geometries, repetition, color harmonies, gridded or banded landscapes, waxy bas-relief surfacing, metal leaf - currently hold my attention." --Kerstin Engman

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Christine Beneman – Scarborough, ME

http://www.peregrinepress.com

Printmaker

"Garden Party 2"

Monotype

15"x22"

Call (207) 409-2023 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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