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Gallery: Glenn Miller

  Artist Statement: My art is inspired first and foremost by what I see, feel and experience. It is a celebratory art that refers to the historical traditions of the landscape and the nude. I have an affinity for nature, preferring secluded environments that are free from the ebb and flow of people. I paint […]

Exhibitions

Jeffrey Wiener: Shared Spaces

Jeffrey Wiener: Shared Spaces . “In this series of artworks I am exploring the psychological and spiritual dynamics within human relationships through these figurative stagings. I am trying to illustrate a couple’s true relationship, to create a visualization of their power-sharing reality. While these works seem erotic at first glance, because the couples are stripped of […]

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Gallery: Janet A. Cook

Artist Statement: The common thread through out my work is my fascination with the figure; it’s timeless, beautiful and powerful. Additional inspiration comes from a variety of sources ranging from the old masters to modern day advertising, graffiti and body art. My goal is to combine these elements, along with my own imagination into a […]

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Gallery: Sol Kjøk

Artist Statement: Always Somebody Moving. My imagery is the visual terminus of a much longer method, and perhaps its extra-visual meaning is to be found in the archeology of its making. Driven by a desire to first experience as manifest reality the symbolic content, my process starts with performances where my models and I make […]

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Gallery: Charles Swisher

  Artist Statement: I count myself among a growing number of painters addressing the resurgent interest in the nude as motif. My approach is visceral, fluid, and direct. It is the formal character of painting that I am interested in, the composition, form and quality of color. Working from life with a wide array of […]

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Gallery: Scott Goodwillie

Artist Statement: In my works I am often dealing with myth as subject matter. I have since an early age been influenced by the writings of Joseph Campbell. For me, myth does not stop with our cultural archives, but can evolve new meanings with sufficient imagination. Specifically compelling to me are the temple carvings of […]