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The Glass of Wine, Johannes Vermeer (1658) Imagine with me the music website Pandora for a moment.  New music comes your way based on whether you positively or negatively rate a particular band or musical artist.  If you like Stevie … Continue reading

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The American Experience – Artur Silva

Terra Central, print by Artur Silva America.  How do you define it?  It’s not easily defined, let alone described.  It’s multifaceted, complicated, requires reflection, and is a fluid idea and experience.   Yet, there are main tenants that run through it, … Continue reading

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Heather Galloway Vickers

“My paintings are representational but not with strict detail. I still love to see evidence of the paint on the canvas. I paint cityscapes, interiors, animals, and landscape. My landscapes are of distant vistas as one of my goals is … Continue reading

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Crystal Vicars-Pugh

Crystal completed her MFA at ISU, where she studied painting.  Her current body of work is an exploration of cartography and the ephemeral nature of the world we live in.  With antiquated atlas pages and the idea that the world … Continue reading

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Carolyn Springer

Springer’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally since 1990 at sites ranging from Sushi Performance and Visual Art Gallery in San Diego, Yokohama — Japan’s Citizen’s Gallery and Tijuana’s Cultural Center. She has won numerous awards including a research … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth Smith’s work focuses on color with bold strong color areas that are then overlapped with contrasting color overlays, textures and patterns.  The use of tiny brushes at the end to add miniscule details is meant to draw the viewer … Continue reading

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Artur Silva

Silva is interested in how people experience capitalism within different classes and groups in America, now and at other periods in history. His work is the result of his pursuit to understand, as an artist, these experiences as well as … Continue reading

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