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Escape by Christine Alfery

Escape

January 11, 2020
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Freedom – Clusters and Uniqueness

January 9, 2020

Freedom: “Noun. The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.” – Oxford Dictionary As an individual, I have dreams. We all do.  We have big dreams, little dreams, and impossible dreams.  Dreams drive us, define us, and defy us. You can spend...

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The Medeley National

January 9, 2020

“She Emerges” was selected by judge Karen Vernon, into the Madeley National to be held in the Madeley Gallery in Conroe, TX.  Exhibition will be from March 5 – March 28. The Madeley National is a juried exhibition.

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The Dove

January 8, 2020

As I watched the late evening stars fade into the morning sky, a morning dove approached the bird feeders that I had just filled.  Cautious, watching other birds fly in, grab their morning seeds and fly away, the dove waited for her turn. Then, when all was clear, she approached...

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Falling Down – Climbing Up

January 8, 2020
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Dove

January 8, 2020
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Thrush

January 8, 2020
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Little Blue Bird

January 8, 2020
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Breaking Through

December 30, 2019

If you have visited Art Basel Miami and the satellite fairs, you may have experienced “Art Overload.”  Aisle after aisle, row after row, tent after tent, and gallery after gallery, I found myself wondering,  “All this art, all these galleries, all these artists, how does any one of them survive?”  ...

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Constellations

December 30, 2019

Distinction: Merit Award. “Constellations.” Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery. Newkirk, OK.

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Springtime Thaw

December 26, 2019

Author Statement: I started this piece along with “Oceans Deep” in early November but I didn’t like where they were going. Both have as many as ten layers of paint on them. You can see the cracks in many areas. I turned each piece every which way once the initial washes...

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Oceans Deep

December 26, 2019

Author Statement: I started this piece along with “Springtime Thaw” in early November but I didn’t like where they were going. Both have as many as ten layers of paint on them. You can see the cracks in many areas. I turned each piece every which way once the initial washes...

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