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Cynthia Camlin: Extremities
& Marianne Green: Silence and Sound

14 August-20 September, 2008

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Cynthia Camlin
Melted 1, 2007
Watercolor, Ink, and Gouache on Paper
55 x 44 inches



Marianne Green
The Victorian crowned pigeon uses glorious crests in bowing displays during courtship, 2008
Oil on Linen
8 x 36 inches


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Cynthia Camlin is a master of non-conventional watercolor techniques. In "Extremities," Camlin creates large-scale works on paper using watercolor, ink and acrylic that evoke the immensity and mystery of melting iceberg forms. This work combines naturalistic detail with an invented vocabulary of abstract, crystallized forms and pooling watercolors. Cynthia Camlin studied painting as a post-baccalaureate student at Yale University and received her MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Texas at Austin in 2000. Previously she received a BA from Duke University in English Literature and Art and an MA from the University of Virginia in Religious Studies. She is currently Assistant Professor of Painting at Western Washington University.

Marianne Green has been exploring patterns in painting for many years. She says, “While making these paintings, I was thinking about silence and sound.
… These paintings are less about solving problems . . . and more about having a simple dialogue with the painting itself. Borrowing a phrase. . . it's like acknowledging the brief intervals between sentences and not just the thing in space, but the space itself. It's what I've always visually responded to in nature - one ‘thing’ cannot exist without the other - something and nothing.” Marianne Green studied at the University of North Texas in Denton and Santa Chiara Art Center, Castiglione Fiorentino, Italy, and received a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin in 1994, and her MFA from the University of Houston in 1997
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