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April 24, 2022

Sunday Selects | abstract expressions


Bill Claps work illustrates the universal roots and common elements that are shared by all cultures, often referencing art history and language. Brenda Zappitell is inspired by the traditions and methods Abstract Expressionism. She feel a strong affinity for artists such as Joan Mitchell and Willem De Kooning, whose work also emphasizes action and emotion over ideas. Like these artists, Brenda strive to capture fleeting images in an improvisational “alla prima” style.”

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bernd haussmann painting with girl and dog
April 17, 2022

Sunday Selects | Deeper Tones


Deborah Colter uses subtle layers and hidden memories peek through in her artwork. Her work speaks of a path of discovery; it speaks of the unknown, of the pure pleasure of form, of line, of color. David Skillicorn explores complex spatial and color relationships through the use of texture, organic line, and sensuous fields of color. In mixed media works on canvas, Skillicorn creates sophisticated, intuitive paintings alive with surface texture, lush paint of vibrant colors in bold strokes over atmospheric passages. Skillicorn’s paintings breathe elegance, calm, joy, and exquisite beauty.

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David Skillicorn painting titled Adagio featured with Lesung stool and wood bowl.
April 10, 2022

Sunday Selects | Grassy Greens and Sunshine Yellows, Colors of Spring


Mark Jackson's artworks are generally focused around places, the human figure and curious objects. They walk a delicate line between the abstract and the real.Mark has spent the last several years developing a silver suspension technique for applying image to panel. The process is complex and destructive, giving the image a painterly quality. These images pair wonderfully with curated objects and furniture. Jennifer Wagner's visceral compositions are expressions of texture and layering of geometric shapes and forms. Jennifer sees these compositions as expressions of communities.

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Mark Jackson Reaches