Browsing Oil Paintings

Cinta andina II
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on 11th March 2018
 
Work in process, for the exhibition at the Embassy of Brazil, for the 27 April.

This Summer August 2017
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on 13th August 2017
 
This summer 2017 I am spending a bit of time working out in the sierra foothills. I begin my day at 5:30 AM to focus on my work. Although I am sorely missing the city (S.F.), I will immerse myself once I return.I’ve completed the Diebenkorn series of 7 works of various sizes where I appropriate his color palette. Below is my rather small...

An autobiographical essay
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on 2nd August 2017
 
I have always been longing to art. In a childhood, having read an announcement about the admission to the theater school, I have tried to enter in it. I was admitted and left an ordinary school for this one. There were a lot of boys and a few girls. At the lessons, our chief asked mainly the boys and very seldom the girls. For this reason all the...

Perception #2
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on 29th January 2016
 
 

Peaceful
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on 12th January 2016
 
 

Motion in Miniature
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on 3rd January 2016
 
Kathryn Arnold’s paintings feature coincidental, accidental and unexpected connections which make it possible to revise and complement art history. Combining unrelated aspects lead to surprising analogies. By experimenting with aleatoric processes, she creates intense personal moments masterfully created through rules and omissions, acceptance and...

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on 16th December 2015
 
 

"Palombe"
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on 3rd December 2015
 
"Palombe" Portrait of an African Chief Palombe was the first person that I met when I arrived in Ruarwe, Malawi, East Central Africa on my first visit in January 2006. I soon learnt that he was “Head Man” of the Village, and lived in a small, mud-brick, grass roofed house on the Lakeshore. On a number of occasions I...