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2012 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 13: Marc Leavitt | kdb-Karen Dominguez)


 














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Marc Leavitt - Belfast, ME (web) | "Buried Is Not Dead" | Multi-Layered Oil on Linen | 24"X24"

Marc Leavitt - Belfast, ME (web)
Painter

"Buried Is Not Dead" | Multi-Layered Oil on Linen | 24"X24"

Artist Statement: "These oil paintings are a result of Marc Leavitt using meditative actions to move literal text to "pure" abstraction. Stenciled text is exactingly drawn and painted within a grid format, followed by multilayered applications of oils at different stages of drying utilizing a palette knife. Mr. Leavitt's goal is to move literalness to a deeply thought out, sometimes even spiritual, experience." -- Marc Leavitt

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kdb-Karen Dominguez - Topsham, ME (web) | "Shrike Nest" | Encaustic

kdb-Karen Dominguez - Topsham, ME (web)
Encaustic Artist

"Shrike Nest" | Encaustic

Artist Statement: "I am inspired by the natural world. The shapes, patterns, colors and forms have been making their way into my artwork since I was a child. Over the years I have explored many different mediums in my artistic endeavors. Painting, Encaustic, Assemblage, Photography have emerged as my mediums of choice. Often times it is a fusing of these mediums that are incorporated into a finished piece. Walking in the garden, along the rocky coast, or exploring a bird filled island, these are the magic moments that feed my imagination and my work. Studying nature and creating a visual narrative is the magic that fills my dream world, day and night." -- kdb-Karen Dominguez

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Marc Leavitt – Belfast, ME (web)

Painter

"Buried Is Not Dead" | Multi-Layered Oil on Linen | 24"X24"

Artist Statement: These oil paintings are a result of Marc Leavitt using meditative actions to move literal text to "pure" abstraction. Stenciled text is exactingly drawn and painted within a grid format, followed by multilayered applications of oils at different stages of drying utilizing a palette knife. Mr. Leavitt's goal is to move literalness to a deeply thought out, sometimes even spiritual, experience. --Marc Leavitt

Call 207-338-9197 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


kdb-Karen Dominguez – Topsham, ME (web)

Encaustic Artist

"Shrike Nest" | Encaustic

Artist Statement: "I am inspired by the natural world. The shapes, patterns, colors and forms have been making their way into my artwork since I was a child. Over the years I have explored many different mediums in my artistic endeavors. Painting, Encaustic, Assemblage, Photography have emerged as my mediums of choice. Often times it is a fusing of these mediums that are incorporated into a finished piece. Walking in the garden, along the rocky coast, or exploring a bird filled island, these are the magic moments that feed my imagination and my work. Studying nature and creating a visual narrative is the magic that fills my dream world, day and night." --kdb-Karen Dominguez

Call 207-653-9334 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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