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Pure Process. Rose Masterpol.

Most artist statements today are filled with thoughts on motivation and meaning.  I think we’ve somehow become uncomfortable with the idea of just making art for the sake of creating.  There must be some kind of deep intellectual thought…

Silve Yellow Rapture 96x48
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Lush Layers: Karen Silve

While Mr. F and I are camping in Yosemite, I’m resharing some posts you might have missed the first go ’round!  Enjoy! Our memories of places and experiences are not simply visual recollections of what we saw, but a…

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Artsy Reads: Lessons Learned from Lee Krasner

It seems a long while since I shared thoughts on my latest artsy read!  As a woman, it does follow that I’ve always been interested in the female artists who’ve made their marks on art history.  But lately, I’d…

Seattle Art Museum exterior
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Artsy Spot: Seattle Art Museum

Every new place Mr. Forager & I go, I try to hit the local art museum.  Not only because I think it’s important to patronize local art resources ( artsy duh ), but I also find them to be…

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The Pleasure of the Journey: Charlotte Foust

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Life is a journey, not a destination.”  Do you think the same is true of a piece of artwork?  We place so much value in the end result, the “finished” painting, sculpture, or photograph, that…

Springtime in the Park #2 by Sandy Welch
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In Abundance: Sandy Welch

Do you ever have days when you just feel abundantly blessed?  I hope you do!!  These days I’m feeling amazingly thankful for so much.  Mr. Forager, the life we lead, the life we’re building, what I do here and…

The World is a Waterfall by Natalia Wrobel
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The Synthesis of Complements: Natalia Wrobel

In every life and any artist can tell you, in every work of art is filled with highs and lows.  We struggle through the valleys and rejoice on the mountaintops.  The work of New England artist Natalia Wrobel expresses those…

The Little Prince, acrylic and oil on canvas, 62x78
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Exploratory Expressions: Amadea Bailey

I love the way some artists are visual archaeologists.  California based artist Amadea Bailey takes a journey of exploration and excavation each time she works a canvas. Like other “excavation” artists whose work I love, such as M.A. Tateishi…

Hard Hearted II, acrylic on canvas, 44x 46
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Spontaneity of Expression: Elizabeth Schuppe

Sometimes, there is just nothing I love better than staring at a painting thick with color, line and texture.  The work of Brooklyn artist Elizabeth Schuppe‘s abstract work practically sings with spontaneous marks, expressive color and light. True to…

Catalyst, graphite, acrylic and oil on rag paper, 38x50
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Expressive Conversations: Galen Cheney

It’s no secret that street art has exploded in popularity recently, gaining momentum and long deserved recognition.  We’re living in a world in which people are constantly looking for sources of inspiration and stimulation, which street art often provides…