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2012 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 20: Scott Baltz | Linda Packard | Holly Smith | Jane Yudelman)


 














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Scott Baltz - Mount Desert, ME (web) | "Twilight Passing" | Oil on Linen | 30"X42"

Scott Baltz - Mount Desert, ME (web)
Painter

"Twilight Passing" | Oil on Linen | 30"X42"

Artist Statement: "At the core of my work is an intense interest in the energy and movement of the landscape. My paintings evolve from intimate experiences, filtered by the passage of time, memory and imagination. Since 2007, I have been working thematically on images pertaining to transitional light in the landscape." -- Scott Baltz

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Linda Packard - Bangor, ME (web) | "Stonington" | Oil on Panel | 12"X12"

Linda Packard - Bangor, ME (web)
Painter

"Stonington" | Oil on Panel | 12"X12"

Artist Statement: "Elements of nature have always been the starting point for my work. I am drawn to small, intimate moments in a landscape and to vistas of dramatic scale. I strive to allow the work to evolve on its own, while simply enjoying the physicality and sensuality of the paint. Sometimes a piece will complete itself in one sitting, while others may sit awhile waiting for my response. The resulting landscape, real or imagined, is always a place I want to be." --Linda Packard

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Holly Smith - Rockport, ME | "Owls Head Cliffs" | Painting

Holly Smith - Rockport, ME
Painter

"Owls Head Cliffs" | Painting

Artist Statement: As a Maine native, Holly has always found inspiration in the ever-changing beauty and moods of her surroundings. Painting is a natural expression of her creative vision, and she strives to show others the meaningful, healing tranquility that the Maine landscape offers through colors, shapes, and compositional relationships. In the exploration of Maine's natural environments, Holly absorbs the spectacular views of the coastline with its inlets and rolling hillsides, feels the energy of the vegetation and rocks, and smells the sweet aromas of the fir trees and flowers. Her interpretations of these experiences offer glimpses of Maine's magnificence, heritage, and romance, and give her paintings a truly authentic quality. -- Holly Smith

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Jane Yudelman - Bernard, ME (web) | "Water Series #3" | Archival Pigment Print | 20"X20"

Jane Yudelman - Bernard, ME (web)
Fine Art Photographer

"Water Series #3" | Archival Pigment Print | 20"X20"

Artist Statement: "I seek to capture natural light, colors, shapes, textures and motion in a manner that emphasizes the abstract, blurring the line between photograph and painting." -- Jane Yudelman

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Scott Baltz – Mount Desert, ME (web)

Painter

"Twilight Passing" | Oil on Linen | 30"X42"

Artist Statement: "At the core of my work is an intense interest in the energy and movement of the landscape. My paintings evolve from intimate experiences, filtered by the passage of time, memory and imagination. Since 2007, I have been working thematically on images pertaining to transitional light in the landscape." --Scott Baltz

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Linda Packard – Bangor, ME (web)

Painter

"Stonington" | Oil on Panel | 12"X12"

Artist Statement: "Elements of nature have always been the starting point for my work. I am drawn to small, intimate moments in a landscape and to vistas of dramatic scale. I strive to allow the work to evolve on its own, while simply enjoying the physicality and sensuality of the paint. Sometimes a piece will complete itself in one sitting, while others may sit awhile waiting for my response. The resulting landscape, real or imagined, is always a place I want to be." --Linda Packard

Call 207-356-2917 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Holly Smith – Rockport, ME

Painter

"Owls Head Cliffs" | Painting

Artist Statement: As a Maine native, Holly has always found inspiration in the ever-changing beauty and moods of her surroundings. Painting is a natural expression of her creative vision, and she strives to show others the meaningful, healing tranquility that the Maine landscape offers through colors, shapes, and compositional relationships. In the exploration of Maine's natural environments, Holly absorbs the spectacular views of the coastline with its inlets and rolling hillsides, feels the energy of the vegetation and rocks, and smells the sweet aromas of the fir trees and flowers. Her interpretations of these experiences offer glimpses of Maine's magnificence, heritage, and romance, and give her paintings a truly authentic quality.

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Jane Yudelman – Bernard, ME (web)

Photographer

"Water Series #3" | Archival Pigment Print | 20"X20"

Artist Statement: "I seek to capture natural light, colors, shapes, textures and motion in a manner that emphasizes the abstract, blurring the line between photograph and painting." --Jane Yudelman

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  • Comment Link Joanne Fagerburg Tuesday, 03 April 2012 17:18 posted by Joanne Fagerburg

    Wonderful - congratulations!!!

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