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2012 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 16: Ragna Bruno | Rachael Eastman | John Wilkinson)


 














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Ragna Bruno - Hancock, ME (web) | "Transparent Waters"| Oil on Board | 30"X40"

Ragna Bruno - Hancock, ME (web)
Painter & Sculptor

"Transparent Waters"| Oil on Board | 30"X40"

Artist Statement: "To paint is an adventure into the unknown, a journey of discovery. It allows me to connect inner and outer reality—striving for feeling and order to correspond to intuition." -- Ragna Bruno

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Rachael Eastman - Old Orchard Beach, ME (web) | "Presence (Summer)" | Oil on Canvas over Box Panel | 40"x30"x2"

Rachael Eastman - Old Orchard Beach, ME (web)
Painter

"Presence (Summer)" | Oil on Canvas over Box Panel | 40"x30"x2"

Artist Statement: "The surface of a painting can be as complicated, subtle, or rich as the experience of memory. Cognition becomes interspersed with visceral emotion in this, and that mix is reflected in layers of choices, and through multiple passages of paint over time. In this sense, my paintings and drawings reflect an inner landscape. They record gathered glimpses of awareness as met with material, color, and sensation. Abstracted sky, sea, and earth become simplified to their essence and immersed in color. Though my works are often based on experiential knowledge of specific locations in Maine, my aim is to elude the literal to render nature as felt, walked through, breathed in, and condensed." -- Rachael Eastman

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John Wilkinson - Deer Isle, ME (web) | "Fowl" | Plaster | 14"X15"X4.5"

John Wilkinson - Deer Isle, ME (web)
Sculptor

"Fowl" | Plaster | 14"X15"X4.5"

Artist Statement: "Much of my work is representative but not realistic. Animals and people are my favorite subjects and materials range from stone, plaster, concrete to wood and epoxy-resin fiberglass. A few items are large, but generally I prefer to make portable sculptures." -- John Wilkinson

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More Information about the Maine Artists in this Gallery


Ragna Bruno – Hancock, ME (web)

Painter & Sculptor

"Transparent Waters"| Oil on Board | 30"X40"

Artist Statement: "To paint is an adventure into the unknown, a journey of discovery. It allows me to connect inner and outer reality—striving for feeling and order to correspond to intuition." --Ragna Bruno

Call 207-422-6252 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Rachael Eastman – Old Orchard Beach, ME (web)

Painter

"Presence (Summer)" | Oil on Canvas over Box Panel | 40"x30"x2"

Artist Statement: "The surface of a painting can be as complicated, subtle, or rich as the experience of memory. Cognition becomes interspersed with visceral emotion in this, and that mix is reflected in layers of choices, and through multiple passages of paint over time. In this sense, my paintings and drawings reflect an inner landscape. They record gathered glimpses of awareness as met with material, color, and sensation. Abstracted sky, sea, and earth become simplified to their essence and immersed in color. Though my works are often based on experiential knowledge of specific locations in Maine, my aim is to elude the literal to render nature as felt, walked through, breathed in, and condensed." --Rachael Eastman

Call 603-662-7792 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


John Wilkinson – Deer Isle, ME (web)

Sculptor

"Fowl" | Plaster | 14"X15"X4.5"

Artist Statement: "Much of my work is representative but not realistic. Animals and people are my favorite subjects and materials range from stone, plaster, concrete to wood and epoxy-resin fiberglass. A few items are large, but generally I prefer to make portable sculptures." --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

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