UWS 2021 Spring Exhibition

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Reflection on a memory
Reflection on a memory
Mariko Kowalski
$2,400.00

Email: marikokowalski@gmail.com

Dimensions: 20 x 25
Artist's Statement about this work: One day, we visited a mountain stream at Sundance, and my children were chatting by the water. The sunlight shone on my daughter’s arm and reflected their hands in the water. It was such a peaceful and beautiful moment. I wanted to depict the beauty of that scene from simpler times with the memory of my children.
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Another Torrey Sunrise, Provided by God
Another Torrey Sunrise, Provided by God
Yvonne Krause
$300.00

Email: ykrause@comcast.net

Dimensions: 10.5 x 14 x 1
Artist's Statement about this work: I tried to capture the almost granular, mottled effect the very early morning light seemed to have on this location. The initial colored sketches for this painting were done during a plein air trip to Torrey this past year.
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Two Hens and a Drake
Two Hens and a Drake
Bradley Kropp
$850.00

Email: inocybebrad@gmail.com

Dimensions: 11 x 15
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Saguaro Grove
Saguaro Grove
Bradley Kropp
$600.00

Email: inocybebrad@gmail.com

Dimensions: 11 x 15
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Mornings Bounty
Mornings Bounty
Alisa Laporte
$450.00

Email: alisa@alisalaporteart.com

Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 1
Artist's Statement about this work: I love getting farm fresh eggs with all the colors and love the way the light would shine on them in the mornings, I just had to capture the light and feeling, the rough texture of the cloth with the smooth roundness of the eggs.
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Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron
Rachelle Levingston
$750.00

Email: rlwatercolors@gmail.com

Dimensions: 16 x 20
Artist's Statement about this work: Painting this Great Blue Heron was a stretch for me. First, I wanted the grass to be loose and not overworked. Second, I was painting larger than I normally do. Third, watercolors are somewhat unpredictable. I painted the grass first so if I hated it, I could just restart on a fresh paper. And to my surprise, the grass went better than I anticipated... I moved onto the bird. After a few hours, I was pleased and ready to work the background. And that’s when it got ugly. I spent the next two days correcting mistake after mistake. Usually I can layer paint on top of paint, if the first layer is completely dry. Well this time each time I tried to add a layer, the new paint would lift and leave lines. Hours later.... I finally got the background to a place where I didn’t love it but I didn’t hate it. And that’s a place I’m OK to be after having such a struggle. Then I wanted to put a little light by the beak and head with sandpaper. I lifted more... too much. So I went back into the circle of layering paint, and trying to get the background smoother once again. I finally called it done. Although, I took the longest route possible to get there, this is often the process for me- in life and painting.
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Painting a Horse
Painting a Horse
Wali Lewis
$300.00

Email: walilewis@gmail.com

Dimensions: 12 x 16
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Only Child
Only Child
Sue Martin
$1,025.00

Email: suesmartin@mac.com

Dimensions: 14 x 14
Artist's Statement about this work: I was an only child for the first six years of my life. When I was about 5, I had a black cocker spaniel named Blackie. I loved that dog more than I can possibly describe. It was killed chasing cars on the highway in front of my grandparents' house. I prayed and begged for another dog throughout my childhood but my prayers were never answered. I wanted this painting to have a dreamy quality and to remain somewhat abstracted, leaving some mystery for the viewer to resolve.
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Where the Dogs Are
Where the Dogs Are
Sue Martin
$1,095.00

Email: suesmartin@mac.com

Dimensions: 13.5 x 20
Artist's Statement about this work: This painting is part of an ongoing series about dogs and their humans. Ever since I became co-owner of my sister's dogs, I've been fascinated by the interactions between dogs and dogs and owners and owners. It can create beautiful relationships or animosity. I used watercolor, acrylic and water soluble crayon for this piece, working on shapes, line, and color and keeping it playful rather than too realistic.
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Peas and Carrots
Peas and Carrots
Sherry Meidell
$1,000.00

Email: sherry@sherrymeidell.com

Dimensions: 20.5 x 13.5
Artist's Statement about this work: This man was walking past a nice restaurant in London which advertised oysters and champagne. I assumed he was heading home for some peas and carrots. Both the man sitting in the outdoor part of the restaurant and the man walking by with the help of his cane are both unaware of each other. I love the way the light hits the man in the foreground and the man in the background fades into the shadows. I love catching snippets of life.
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Guardian Angels
Guardian Angels
LaDonna Moore
$550.00

Email: lmlcsw@aol.com

Dimensions: 11 x 14
Artist's Statement about this work: I am drawn to the idea of Guardian Angels in troubled times
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Etangled
Etangled
Maura Naughton
$650.00

Email: jimmaurab@aol.com

Dimensions: 22 x 22 x 1
Artist's Statement about this work: I love the way the environment has entangled the figure. My husband was diagnosed with cancer an I think of this work as a analogy for the cancer invading his body.
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The Conversation, Boots and Bike
The Conversation, Boots and Bike
Ruth Nichols
$1,800.00

Email: r.nicholsart@gmail.com

Dimensions: 22 x 30 x 0.5
Artist's Statement about this work: What would an old work boot and and a vintage Harley have to say to each other? One is the epitome of service. Shielding the rancher from harsh elements, snake bite and desert thorns. The other? A symbol of the "wind in your hair " freedom of the open road. It would be an interesting conversation.
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Cheering
Cheering
Lucy Beale Partridge
$295.00

Email: lucybeale@gmail.com

Dimensions: 14 x 11
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NYC Night Rain
NYC Night Rain
Roxane Pfister
$500.00

Email: roxane.pfister@usu.edu

Dimensions: 20 x 14
Artist's Statement about this work: Walking in the rain at night iin NYC. - it seems the whole world is there.
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Basque Children Dance
Basque Children Dance
Roxane Pfister
$600.00

Email: roxane.pfister@usu.edu

Dimensions: 18 x 21
Artist's Statement about this work: At a Basque festival, watching the kids dancing is a thrill! Their love of life, their heritage, and their energy is hypnotic. This is what I hoped to capture in this watercolor.
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The Soothsayer
The Soothsayer
Roxane Pfister
$500.00

Email: roxane.pfister@usu.edu

Dimensions: 14 x 19
Artist's Statement about this work: He roams the bush of back-country Brazil telling fortunes and giving comfort to the locals.
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Antique Holly Hocks
Antique Holly Hocks
Mary Pusey
$650.00

Email: mary.pusey@comcast.net

Dimensions: 18 x 14 x 1
Artist's Statement about this work: While vacationing on Vancouver Island, I took many pictures of flowers. This one caught my attention because it was facing to the side, and I left it that way.
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I Don't Want to Get Out of the Water!
I Don't Want to Get Out of the Water!
Mary Pusey
$350.00

Email: mary.pusey@comcast.net

Dimensions: 11 x 14 x 1
Artist's Statement about this work: Visiting the Oregon coast, our Harley group visited Haceta Head, and while some of them went to see the light house (I had seen it), I took pics of people on the beach. This painting was put together from many pics, just choosing what I wanted to say.
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It's Never That Easy
It's Never That Easy
Irene Rampton
$600.00

Email: ichipman@comcast.net

Dimensions: 10 x 18 x 1.5
Artist's Statement about this work: My art is predominately about presenting the face and torso of women, using expression, gesture, and personality, to inspire sentiment and memories for the viewer. I enjoy using both watercolor and gouache for their variations of transparency and opacity. For the painting, "It's Never That Easy", my intention was to produce an image of a woman who was contemplating what her next move would be.
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