Mar 12, 2012

“Facing East” by Marilyn Kirsch
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Contemporary Ar by Marilyn Kirsch   “The Painted Meadow”: (Painting, oil on canvas, 2010, 238.8 x 152.4 x 3.8 cm)

“I usually work in oil paint on canvas but also paint and draw on paper using gouache, pastel or pencil. Over the past few years I have also been working with photography and photo-collages. The imagery in my work is somewhere between abstract and completely non-objective, except for some of my photographs. The photography often reveals the sources in the real world of my abstract work.”
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I'm a Musician, an Artist and a Composer, and I like to create things that are off the beaten path. You could say that being creative is my religion which I chose to voice through art in its many forms.
This has been my profession for the last 20 years, and when I am not busy creating something new, I enjoy curating content and showing those that look towards me that there are many brilliant, wonderful and talented artists out there who deserve their due attention and recognition.

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  • The title of the work posted is “Facing East” and not “The Painted Meadow”. That is the title of another work.

    • Thank you for the correction Marilyin. Duely corrected and you have my apologies for getting the title of this wonderful piece wrong.

      • No apology needed. Thanks for posting my painting and for your positive response to my work.


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