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2012 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 14: Diane Green-Hebert | Wendy Barrett | Michael Fleming)


 














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Diane Green-Hebert - Rockland, ME (web) | "Inanna - Queen of Heaven" | White Kozo with Branch | 16"X20"

Diane Green-Hebert - Rockland, ME (web)
Mixed Media Artist

"Inanna - Queen of Heaven" | White Kozo with Branch | 16"X20"

Artist Statement: "My inner rhythm and connection to the earth is achieved in my paper by leading the Kozo pulp and fiber in a dance with the plants and other natural materials. Each piece gives birth to the next in a never ending cycle, gently incorporating my internal and external relationship with the environment. The long fibers of the Mulberry tree produce strong, beautiful, airy paper which then become my creations. This ancient process allows the tree to be transformed by the human spirit within a natural cycle. Its fibers carry the essence of the tree and are born again into a new form. Viewers experience the spiritual aspects profoundly, as the the image touches us in a place for which there are few words." -- Diane Green-Hebert

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Wendy Barrett - Old Orchard Beach, ME (web) | "The Light" | Photograph | Printed to Size

Wendy Barrett - Old Orchard Beach, ME (web)
Fine Art Photographer

"The Light" | Photograph | Printed to Size

Artist Statement: "The camera is a tool I use to capture the illusion and beauty surrounding me here in my adopted state of Maine. I love to photograph a broad range of subjects, but find myself drawn to those that are unique...in the moment...successes. My love of nature shines through in the majority of my work. Given all of the beauty we have available to us to appreciate everyday living here in Maine, it's very easy for me to find unique shots every time I leave home with my camera in tow." -- Wendy Barrett

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Michael Fleming - Phippsburg, ME (web) | "Reversing Falls" | Floor Lamp with Lobster Warp (Maine Coast Collected Driftwood, Found Lobster Warp.White Lacquered Steel Base.Custom Linen Shade)| Lamp 75"HX7" W | Shade 24"WX11.5"H

Michael Fleming - Phippsburg, ME (web)
Sculptor

Artist Statement: "I'm enthralled with the often overlooked and simply beautiful objects found along Maine's shores. Ordinary life in maine is what inspires me. It's natural and abundant beauty – the people, the ever changing tides and weather, the light...being connected with such unparalleled surroundings, how can one not be inspired?" --Michael Fleming

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More Information about the Maine Artists in this Gallery


Dianne Green-Hebert – Rockland, ME (web)

Mixed Media Artist

"Inanna - Queen of Heaven" | White Kozo with Branch | 16"X20"

Artist Statement: "My inner rhythm and connection to the earth is achieved in my paper by leading the Kozo pulp and fiber in a dance with the plants and other natural materials. Each piece gives birth to the next in a never ending cycle, gently incorporating my internal and external relationship with the environment. The long fibers of the Mulberry tree produce strong, beautiful, airy paper which then become my creations. This ancient process allows the tree to be transformed by the human spirit within a natural cycle. Its fibers carry the essence of the tree and are born again into a new form. Viewers experience the spiritual aspects profoundly, as the the image touches us in a place for which there are few words." --Dianne Green-Hebert

Call 207-594-7004 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Wendy Barrett – Old Orchard Beach, ME (web)

Photographer

"The Light" | Photograph | Printed to Size

Artist Statement: "The camera is a tool I use to capture the illusion and beauty surrounding me here in my adopted state of Maine. I love to photograph a broad range of subjects, but find myself drawn to those that are unique...in the moment...successes. My love of nature shines through in the majority of my work. Given all of the beauty we have available to us to appreciate everyday living here in Maine, it's very easy for me to find unique shots every time I leave home with my camera in tow." --Wendy Barrett

Call 207-409-5248 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Michael Fleming – Phippsburg, ME (web)

Sculptor

"Reversing Falls" | Floor Lamp with Lobster Warp (Maine Coast Collected Driftwood, Found Lobster Warp, White Lacquered Steel Base, Custom Linen Shade)

Lamp 75"HX7" W | Shade 24"WX11.5"H

Artist Statement: "I'm enthralled with the often overlooked and simply beautiful objects found along Maine's shores. Ordinary life in maine is what inspires me. It's natural and abundant beauty – the people, the ever changing tides and weather, the light...being connected with such unparalleled surroundings, how can one not be inspired?" --Michael Fleming

Call 207-389-1563 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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