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Thursday, September 6, 2012

PATTERN IN PAINTING

Pulsating rhythm dominates these paintings, some in the natural ripples of water, air, or emotions, some as syncopations in open space.  The energy vibrations emanating from these works inspire toe-tapping, dancing, and sometimes a quiet,  static gathering of thoughts.










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                                    Step By Step 5,   Sandra Quinn  2010
                            encaustic  22" x 24"



                       
                                     
                      Embryo Three,  Pat Spainhour  2011
                           encaustic,  16" x 16"
























































The Night Swim,  Neverne Covington  2010
oil,  9" x 12"





Ruche 0391,  Karen Freedman 2011
encaustic  12" x 12"






Sanctuary 3,  Marci Borland 2012
encaustic, 14" x 14"





Kyoto Moon Series: Akatombo: Red Dragonflies, Lin Golden   2011
encaustic  10" x 8"






The Return of the Native, Senna 2,  Debra Claffey  2011
encaustic, oil  18" x 12"






Invisible Family, Helga Winter 2012
encaustic,  7" x 10"






For All We Know,  Karen Nielsen-Fried  2012
encaustic, oil, pastel  30" x 28"






Tendency of Thought,  Alicia Forestall-Boehm  2012
encaustic  18" x 18"





Years,  Michelle Beaulieu  2012
encaustic  7.5" x 6"





Co-exist,  NJ Weaver   2011
encaustic  12" x 12"





Thickly Veiled,  Helen Dannelly  2012
encaustic,  18" x 12"






Hanky 1,  Joan Stuart Ross  2012
encaustic, 12" x 12"





Home Woven Wax,  Christine Rooney  2012
encaustic,  5" x 7"





Trinity - Variation 1,  Cat Crotchett 2011
encaustic,  12" x 12"






Paring Away,  Leslie Ford  2011
lightfast dyes,  20" x 14"






Green Gig,  Carol Brody 2012
encaustic,  12" x 12"






Onion Domes,  Lorna Strotz  2011
watercolor,  11" x 12"





Taiko IV,  Paula Roland  2011
encaustic,  40" x 26"






Radix 4,  Tracey Adams  2012
mixed media, 40" x 40"





Finding Moses 2,  Susanne Arnold  2012
encaustic, beeswax  8" x 8"




Ostinato,  Reni Gower  2012
encaustic,  15" x 18.5"






True Grid,  Daniella Woolf   2011
encaustic,  8" x 8"





Paint On Canvas X (Red Family),  Beverly Rippel  2011
oil,  12" x 12"




RedPinkCB (Somebody),  Louise P. Sloane  2012
acrylic/polymer,  50" x 46"






Cells 3,  Kay Hartung  2012
encaustic,  6" x 6"






Interweave,  Lynda Ray  2012
encaustic,  18" x 24"






Prayers for the Earth: Agave/Agape,  Fanne Fernow  2011
encaustic,  22" x 48"




Very many terrific paintings were submitted and some of them will show up on this blog in the future.  Thanks go to the fine artists who work hard and are generous to send me a glimpse of what're they're doing.  Fabulous work is happening out there in the real world!  - Hylla Evans

2 comments:

  1. Just now seeing this, Hylla. Excellent examples of patterning. Thanks for posting them.

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