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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Katerine Aubry



Artist's Statement

My purpose for painting is three-folded:
RE-CREATION :

I see painting as a physical and sensual approach to give flesh and bones to a long-buried instinctual voice.I question our surrounding of artificially-injected learned reality or supremacist "ready-made" reality and "fast-food for the eyes" to RE-CREATE in its stead A LIVING IMAGE ; the physical presence of the painting conversing with the on-looker whose unconscious is being called upon to enter progressively into layers of meanings,sort of "archeology of the mind".Some paintings more than others seem to work this way.
RECOVERY OF SELF :

I see painting too as an act of recovery,a personnal quest to unity of self.As I paint,I gather the pieces,like a meditation in action,fusing the collected parts into an organic vision coagulated into the oil work of the painting. AND
RECONNECTION :

I want to re-connect the human to a more organistic understanding of life,borrowing from the ever-lasting woman-spirit as "LIFE-GIVER",notion today too often dirided or forgotten.I project the almost hieraldic figure of Womanhood into the one of the Tree as the perfect combination of the sacredness of the Natural Life we are today too often alienated from.



1978-80 : Art studies in the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris 1980 : Makes copies in the Louvre of Courbet,Goya,Rubens,Caravaggio...



1987 : Arrives in the USA



















Ingrid Tusell













Nacida en Barcelona y residente en el Matarranya turolense, de formación autodidacta. Interesada en la mágia de la feminidad, en buscar que se esconde dentro de cada mujer, individualizar ésa esencia y apartarla de todo lo demás, convirtiéndola en protagonista de un instante..



















Lyndall Bass









Lyndall Bass began studying art at age eleven with private teachers, eventually gaining admission to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Her work is a reflection of classical traditions, focused on visionary modern interpretations in the mediums of oil paint and graphite pencil. She is listed in Wikipedia.

Bass is the recipient of a United Nations International Women's Year Award, a National Society of Arts and Letters Award and a Franklin Mint Award of Excellence. Lyndall also holds a BA in Fine Art and an MA in Instructional Systems Design from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is the designer of the permanent 2010 Lincoln Penny Reverse, known as the "Shield Cent".

EDUCATION
1971-1972 Corcoran School of Art, Washington D.C.
1972-1973 Philadelphia College of Art, Pennsylvania
1973-1976 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
1976-1987 Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana - B.A. Fine Arts/ M.A. Education












SHOWS AND AWARDS

2011 February "Flesh and Stone" Two-Person Show, Chmar Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2011 January "Sixteenth Annual Los Angeles Art Show 2011" Los Angeles Convention Center, CA
2010 July "Naked" Realism Invitational, Skotia Gallery, Santa Fe New Mexico
2010 Lincoln Penny Reverse Design Award, US Treasury Department
2008 New Realism Exhibition Altitude Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexic
2007 US Mint Associate Designer, US Treasury Department. Coin and Medal Design appointment.
2006 Kass-Meridian Gallery , Fall Fine Art Auction,Chicago Illinois
2006 Affaire d'Arte, Winter Exhibition, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach Florida
2006 The Human Form Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago, National Juried Exhibition
2005 Nude Nite Art Exposé Invited Exhibitor, Orange Avenue Exhibition, Orlando FL
2005 Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Women in the Arts International, Santa Ana CA
2004 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Grant, Choice Inc. Captiva Fla.
2004 3rd Annual National Drawing Exhibition Wiford & Vogt, Santa Fe NM
2003 Master Artist Exhibition Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Fla.
2003 2nd Annual National Drawing Exhibition Fred R. Kline Gallery, Santa Fe NM
2002 Focus Magazine Feature Article, June/July
2001 American Women Artists Annual Contemporary Southwest Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico June
2000 Hamptons Fine Art Exhibition Represented by Moran-Dervan Fine Arts, NY
1997 Honorable Mention American Women Artists’ Annual, Trailside Galleries Scottsdale, AZ
1997 Solo Show, Jan Ballew’s Northern Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1994 Honorable Mention Galveston Art League, 21st Annual Exhibition, TX
1994 Solo Show, Jan Ballew’s Northern Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1992 Nat'l Conference of the American Inst. of Architects, “Interfaith Forum of Religion,Art and Arch.” Boston MA
1991 Women Artists of the West, Flamingo Hilton Las Vegas NV
1991 The Pen and Brush, Inc. 45th Annual Sculpture Exhibition, New York
1991 The Newark Museum, “Works by Members of the American Medallic Sculpture Association”, Newark NJ
1989 Franklin Mint Award of Excellence “North American Sculpture Exhibition” Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado
1990 Knickerbocker Artists 40th Annual Exhibition New York NY
1988 Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, “92 Annual Exhibition”, National Arts Club, Gramercy Park So. New York, NY
1988 WestBend Gallery of Fine Arts, Invitational Show, “Presenting the Portrait/Selected Focus”, WI
1984 Purchase Award South Central Center’s Public Art Competition, Bloomington, Indiana
1983 First Purchase Award, "Realism Today" Evansville Museum, Evansville, Indiana
1982 “Artforms 82” Lafayette Art Center, Lafayette, Indiana
1981 Solo Show, Indiana University Union, Bloomington, Indiana
1980 Indianapolis Museum Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana
1980 “Women’s Studies Association National Convention Exhibit” Indiana University, Bloomington
1980 First Prize “Southern Indiana Exhibition” Bloomington, Indiana
1980 National Society of Arts and Letters Award “Southern Indiana Art Exhibition” Columbus
1979 One Woman Show, Unicorn Gallery Bloomington, Indiana
1979 “Women in Art” National Invitational Exhibition, West Bend WI
1976 International Women’s Year Award Artist’s Exhibition, United Nations, NY
1976 Honorable Mention Benedictine Art Awards, New York, NY

TEACHING
Lyndall Bass Private Atelier School
Valdes Art School, Santa Fe
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach FL
New Mexico Art League, Albuquerque NM
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee WI
Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis IN
Indiana University Continuing Education, Bloomington IN







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