Stanford Art Spaces
November 4, 2005 to January 5, 2006, Stanford Art Spaces features this exhibit:

Marne Jaye
Paintings
Beverly Wilson
Paintings
TheArthur Wright
Bleach Art Paintings

Black Beauty

Morning Harvest

Dancing Up a Storm


This exhibit is located on the Stanford University campus, primarily in the Center for Integrated Systems (CIS). The building is open 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. A directory is available at the CIS reception desk.

Most works are for sale directly from the artists. For information, contact M. Grossman, Curator, at (650) 725-3622 or

Marne Jaye
 
Under African Skies © 2005

“I begin with a thought interesting enough to spark the design of a painting. It may come from the memory evoked by an Africa photograph, or from my imagination, or even from the combination of color and design. It is the love of painting that compels me to listen to these ideas all around me, and I create paintings to capture the spirit of the ideas. I dig in with effort and enthusiasm. I want to paint what I want to see around me, and in the end I am gratified to live amongst such dreams.”


For more paintings by Marne Jaye, click here.




Beverly Wilson
 
Labor Day © 2005

“I describe myself as a colorist, whose paintings are reminiscent of the California Impressionist style. I keep a camera and sketch pad with me at all times and often stop off the road or trample through the field to record the most unique perspective of what has captured my attention. My work is created using oil paint on canvas or pastels on paper. Bold compositions and an unusual collection of colors are what give my work its distinctive signature. Paintings emerge after many sessions of layering colors, which gives the finished piece a unique luminous quality. The land itself and man’s place in it are favorite themes. I am especially drawn to the daily activities of the fieldworkers.”


For more paintings by Beverly Wilson, click here.




TheArthur Wright
 
Virgins of UMOJA © 2005

TheArthur Wright describes his style of art as Pointiflet. His friend, Jeanette DeBoines in El Paso deserves thanks for coming up with that name. “I am a pointillist by style, but because I use bleach to remove color, I use the descriptive term Pointiflet to describe my work. I choose now to work with this untraditional medium, because of the rather spectacular results I can achieve. My ‘paintings’ with the black background were done using bleach and where it is not black it is gold in color.”


For more bleach art paintings by TheArthur Wright, click here.



Most works are for sale directly from the artists. For information, contact M. Grossman, Curator, at (650) 725-3622 or
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