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2012 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 18: Sarah Baldwin | Petrea Noyes)


 














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Sarah Baldwin - Wells, ME (web) | "Hill" | Pen & Marker on Unstretched Canvas | 44.5"X46"

Sarah Baldwin - Wells, ME (web)
Mixed Media Artist

"Hill" | Pen & Marker on Unstretched Canvas | 44.5"X46"

Artist Statement: "Using a combination of gestural and repetitive stamped marks, I create intuitive free flowing drawings that explore mark-making technique and texture." -- Sarah Baldwin

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Petrea Noyes - Lincolnville, ME (web) | "Politicos (Ode to Jean Michel)" | 38"X38" | Aqueous Inkjet on Gallery-Wrap Canvas

Petrea Noyes - Lincolnville, ME (web)
Mixed Media Artist

"Politicos (Ode to Jean Michel)" | 38"X38" | Aqueous Inkjet on Gallery-Wrap Canvas

Artist Statement: "One of my processes employes digital painting using scanned images from which I 'sample' anything from the color palette to shapes and images which I then render to make my own. I use cloning of images, compositing and overpainting to build my image from sections and bits of my chosen source. I usually make anywhere from 30 to 60 related but different versions on a theme and print the most successful image on Epson canvas with a large-scale aqueous inkjet printer. I find the challenges of making art by way of software, hardware and traditional media rewarding in that the options are endless. The chance for making mistakes that then turn into a new creative direction and investigation is one of the more satisfying aspects of my work." -- Petrea Noyes

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Sarah Baldwin – Wells, ME (web)

Mixed Media Artist

"Threshold" | Pen & Marker on Unstretched Canvas | 44.5"X46"

Artist Statement: "Using a combination of gestural and repetitive stamped marks, I create intuitive free flowing drawings that explore mark-making technique and texture." --Sarah Baldwin

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Petrea Noyes – Lincolnville, ME (web)

Mixed Media Artist

"Politicos (Ode to Jean Michel)" | 38"X38" | Aqueous Inkjet on Gallery-Wrap Canvas

Artist Statement: "One of my processes employes digital painting using scanned images from which I 'sample' anything from the color palette to shapes and images which I then render to make my own. I use cloning of images, compositing and overpainting to build my image from sections and bits of my chosen source. I usually make anywhere from 30 to 60 related but different versions on a theme and print the most successful image on Epson canvas with a large-scale aqueous inkjet printer. I find the challenges of making art by way of software, hardware and traditional media rewarding in that the options are endless. The chance for making mistakes that then turn into a new creative direction and investigation is one of the more satisfying aspects of my work." --Petrea Noyes

Call 207-722-3881 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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