Switching paintings – 12

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Getting ready for the Marietta/Cobb Art Museum show on January 12th, I decided I didn’t like one of the walls very much, so I’m proposing a few other paintings for that wall, which happen to be paintings I’ve done in the past two years, none of which are represented in this show.

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This is the wall as it currently stands

I have sculptures in the show already, and limited the selection to those that would fit inside a glass case.  But since they’re not using the case for them, I thought I would suggest some larger acrylic sculptures which I think are more interesting.

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The first batch of sculptures range from 24-36″ high

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The second batch are all about 25″ high

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Then there’s a lovely dragon painting in egg tempera, 48×60″

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And a charming dance of death painting, this one called ‘The string quartet of death”

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And finally a painting with the buildings of Cabbagetown and Grant Park in the background, egg tempera, measuring 36×48″

That’s my idea of a wall.

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2 comments on “Switching paintings – 12

  1. Pingback: Swimmer series – 11 « Jim Yarbrough's Artblog

  2. Pingback: Final preparations for hanging day – 13 « Jim Yarbrough's Artblog

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