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2012 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 01: Anne Walker | Heidi Daub | Lori Tremblay | Daniel Anselmi)


 














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Anne Walker - Anne Walker - Rangeley, ME | "Farmland" | Commercial Fabrics | 24"X41"

Anne Walker – Rangeley, ME
Fiber Artist

"Farmland" | Commercial Fabrics | 24"X41"

Artist Statement: ""I am interested in translating what the eye sees into a visual interpretation using fabric and fibers as my medium. Each piece is allowed to evolve from the basic concept to finished work according to its own dictates. Initial designs are general in substance and are likely to change several times during construction based on what the piece is telling me and my own intuition. My pieces are not limited to one style or method, but are representative of a continuing journey of exploration and learning. The viewer will find a variety of quilting techniques, surface treatments and embellishments as layers are added to create one- of-a-kind works. The end result is sometimes a surprise." -- Anne Walker

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Heidi Daub - Blue Hill, ME (web) | "When The Creek Is All That Matters" | Acrylic on Paper | 30"x35"

Heidi Daub – Blue Hill, ME (web)
Painter

"When The Creek Is All That Matters" | Acrylic on Paper | 30"x35"

Artist Statement: ""What excites me about my creative process is coming into this place of reception, and through this, through the forms and color, the shapes and the raggedy lines, I hope others will see a glimmer of something they have always known, but perhaps have left behind. I am not interested in replication, I am interested in what happens when one opens up to the mystery of possibility and finds form to express what we cannot describe, but we feel; like divine, like the deep forest place, like the essence of water, like love." -- Heidi Daub

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Lori Tremblay - Portland, ME (web) | "Locus: Balance" | Oil on Panel | 18"X18"

Lorie Tremblay - Portland, ME (web)
Painter

"Locus: Balance" | Oil on Panel | 18"X18"

Artist Statement: "The work is born of geometrical relationships that describe an aspect of universal structure in nature. Color is the life of the painting and the many layers of paint in each piece 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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Daniel Anselmi - Belfast, ME (web) | "Laguna Beach" | Oil & Collage on Canvas | 40"X30"

Daniel Anselmi - Belfast, ME (web)
Painter & Mixed Media Artist

"Laguna Beach" | Oil & Collage on Canvas | 40"X30"

Artist Statement: Daniel Anselmi was born in New York and raised in California, and has also lived in Hawaii, Massachusetts, and now lives in Maine. His work explores the use of found materials to create art that often combines imagery and abstraction. He utilizes canvas, paint, cardboard, found paper, and objects to convey his love of line, shape, and color. The artist offers viewers an opportunity to reflect upon each work's individual qualities and appreciate how a simple discovery of castaway materials leads to ever-expanding artistic creation and contemplation." -- Daniel Anselmi

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Information About the Maine Artists in This Gallery:


Anne Walker – Rangeley, ME

Fiber Artist

"Farmland" | Commercial Fabrics | 24"X41"

Artist Statement: "I am interested in translating what the eye sees into a visual interpretation using fabric and fibers as my medium. Each piece is allowed to evolve from the basic concept to finished work according to its own dictates. Initial designs are general in substance and are likely to change several times during construction based on what the piece is telling me and my own intuition. My pieces are not limited to one style or method, but are representative of a continuing journey of exploration and learning. The viewer will find a variety of quilting techniques, surface treatments and embellishments as layers are added to create one- of-a-kind works. The end result is sometimes a surprise." --Anne Walker

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Heidi Daub – Blue Hill, ME (web)

Painter

"When The Creek Is All That Matters" | Acrylic on Paper | 30"x35"

Artist Statement: "What excites me about my creative process is coming into this place of reception, and through this, through the forms and color, the shapes and the raggedy lines, I hope others will see a glimmer of something they have always known, but perhaps have left behind. I am not interested in replication, I am interested in what happens when one opens up to the mystery of possibility and finds form to express what we cannot describe, but we feel; like divine, like the deep forest place, like the essence of water, like love." --Heidi Daub

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Lori Tremblay – Portland, ME (web)

Painter

"Locus: Balance" | Oil on Panel | 18"X18"

Artist Statement: "The work is born of geometrical relationships that describe an aspect of universal structure in nature. Color is the life of the painting and the many layers of paint in each piece 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 207-963-6005 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Daniel Anselmi – Belfast, ME (web)

Painter & Mixed Media Artist

"Laguna Beach" | Oil & Collage on Canvas | 40"X30"

Artist Statement: Daniel Anselmi was born in New York and raised in California, and has also lived in Hawaii, Massachusetts, and now lives in Maine. His work explores the use of found materials to create art that often combines imagery and abstraction. He utilizes canvas, paint, cardboard, found paper, and objects to convey his love of line, shape, and color. The artist offers viewers an opportunity to reflect upon each work's individual qualities and appreciate how a simple discovery of castaway materials leads to ever-expanding artistic creation and contemplation.

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