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Colleen Patricia Williams Art Gallery - Colleen Patricia Williams Artworks

Colleen Patricia Williams Art Gallery - Colleen Patricia Williams Artworks

"Colleen Patricia Williams AA Art- Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria CA 5335 Daisy St, #114 Springfield , OR 97478 USA 541-654-0153 Artist’s Statement I’m fascinated with color! I love to paint objects from nature because of the infinite variety of colors to be found there. Nature has a limitless variety of abstract shapes, maki"


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Artworks Media : Abstracted - Oil In Canvas - Painting




July 21, 2006

The opening of Gallery 245, in Eugene, Oregon, USA, featuring the work of Colleen Patricia and other great artists.

245 Blair Blvd., Eugene, Oregon, USA

Music, wine, and fantastic art!

[Announcement - Colleen Patricia Williams - 1Ko - 2006]


 

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Colleen Patricia Williams

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AA Art- Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria CA                                                                                                 

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5335 Daisy St, #114

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Springfield, OR 97478        USA  

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541-654-0153 

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Artist’s Statement

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  I’m fascinated with color! I love to paint objects from nature because of the infinite variety of colors to be found there.  Nature has a limitless variety of abstract shapes, making it’s forms ideal subject matter for me.

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            The biggest influence on me as an artist has been the works of Georgia O’Keefe. I admire her large florals, her ability to make the eye focus on the image on her canvas, to see the flower closeup.

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I don’t consider my self any one genre, as I find labels to be inherently limiting and art is infinite. I paint what calls to me, I paint what catches my eye in the hopes of letting others see what I see.

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            As an artist, I’m also fascinated with the process of art, not just the end result. I believe that the creative process is inherent in human beings, a need that has found outlet from the cave paintings of the Neolithic to the contemporary art scene involving computer generated images.

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 I have over the years transitioned from acrylics to oils. I liken oil painting to painting with gems. Oils have enhanced my fascination with color and form.

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            Currently, I’m doing a series of paintings with flowers, and images taken from nature.

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            When I’m finished with this series, I have a series of images, abstract and representational, in the works, as well works in progress that explore the connections between all human beings.

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v     1991, as an art student, Best of Show for a pastel work, Student Art Competition.

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v     1991, Second Place and an Honorable Mention in the Lompoc Art Association yearly art competition.

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v     In 1994, I graduated art school, and moved to Oregon. In Oregon, I concentrated on children and the fabulous countryside around me.

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v     1997, Casa De Flores gallery in Oakland, Oregon, now closed.

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v     Group Show, September 2005, Salon de Refuses, Eugene Oregon

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v     Signed with art representative, Distant Horizons, for Asian representation.

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v     the Potter’s Quarter in the Oakway Center, April 2006 through May 2006.

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v      Artist’s Tree in Spokane, Washington, for late 2006, early 2007.

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v      “Fruit of the Vine”, at Oregano’s Grill, in Eugene, Oregon.

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v      Bijou Art Theatre in Eugene, current showing of images.

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v     Sold painting: silent auction, “Outrageous Orange”, Laurel Hill Center, June 2006

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v      Sold painting: “Butterfly Petals”, silent auction,  Pearl S. Buck Center in Eugene, May 2006.

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v     I have several works in private collections spanning the years of my active career.

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[Biography - Colleen Patricia Williams - 17Ko]


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