Mixed Media

"Orchids, Scarf, and Clamshell" by Nina Gillman, 2017.

I am a representational painter and see myself as a child of the modernist tradition. Still life, interiors, and all manner of plants and flowers are my primary subject matter; my media are oil painting, collage, and

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"Untitled" by Lisa di Liberto, 1980. Collage, 5 x 7 inches.

“My creative method begins with the experience of an interaction with my surroundings that generates the ideas that are the start of my process,” says Lisa di Liberto. “I work in a variety of media and within

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"First 100 Days" by Win Zibeon

“I’ve been consistently painting in the trompe l’oeil style surreally creating optical illusions,” Win Zibeon says. “Painting the frames came about as the result of an unfortunate collision with a particularly ugly specimen. I paint objects with

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"3 Blue" by Joyce Pommer, 2019. Mixed media on canvas, 9 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

My paintings evolve out of my subconscious in a free flowing intuitive process – I do not start with a preconceived idea or plan – the art is my reflection.  The work I create makes people feel

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“Sirena” by Caroline Waloski. Neon sculpture (prototype for The Amniotic Sea wall mural), 24 x 18.5 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

The images I create reflect my experiences as a child, daughter, sister, friend, lover, wife, mother, breadwinner, world citizen, and scribe. They are the reflections and projections of being a woman crossing between the 20th and 21st

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"Buy" by Janet Culbertson.

An Environmental and Feminist artist for over 50 years, I paint Earth’s diverse creatures and landscapes, exploring their beauty and demise through abstract and realist techniques and textures. Growing up in rural Pennsylvania I spent hours canoeing

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"Fusion 41" by Caroline Kaplowitz, 2018. Gouache, pastel & watercolor on paper, 16 x 12 inches.

I use the formal elements in my current work to explore the emerging and receding interplay between abstract and figurative art. I combine painting techniques in order to adjust my experience of immediacy (or distance) from the

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“Cai II” by Robert Oxnam. Weathered wood, naturally embedded rocks, organic milk paint and waxes, 14 x 14 x 13 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

“My art is inspired by several Chinese philosophies (especially Daoism) and by taking ancient Chinese aesthetics and applying them to several media.  I share Chinese preferences for certain tactile qualities – slightly off-balanced, unusual shapes, deep indentations,

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