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Soft Drop

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Painting: Acrylic, Digital and Paper on Wood and Paper.

This piece is inspired by memories traveling and shifting perspectives, the passage of time and a commingling of earth, water and sky forms. Acrylic, photo skins and papers on cradled birch panel with painted 2" sides. No frame needed. Hang out of direct light. Varnished for UV protection.

Keywords: pink, sphere, stars, light blue, collectable, abstract landscape, concentric, ovals, contemporary, sky ocean land, gold, modernist

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: $ 4070

About Artist

Teresa Cox

“My paintings are a vibrant and compressed dialogue between the natural world that we know and an invented landscape that re-imagines its elements. Fragments of natural and geometric forms are distilled, isolated and morphed into new shapes and configured into quasi-landscapes with emphasis on fantasy, movement and metaphor." Teresa Cox is a native of the Twin Cities and lives within the landscape of the Minnesota and Mississippi river valleys. Her practice includes painting and public work with installations in the US across from the Mall of America, Winona University, Abbott Northwestern Hospital, the DECC in Duluth among others. Cox’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited nationally and abroad including the Albuquerque Museum of Art in New Mexico, the DeVos Art Museum in Michigan, the Drawing Center in Chelsea, New York and the Fortezza da Basso in Florence, Italy. Her work is in public and private collections in the US, Taiwan, Germany and Australia. Education: BS Studio Arts. Painting and Drawing. University of Wisconsin, Stout. Studio Arts University of Minnesota.

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