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Seeing is Believing: Dodd at Ogunquit

By Linda Chestney Technology says that an airbrush refines a painting. Tradition says it’s a paintbrush. Smart artists know that art is delivered by the eyes, which ignite the senses: https://artscopemagazine.com/2018/09/seeing-is-believing-dodd-at-ogunquit/    

Visual Arts Review: Ogunquit Museum of American Art

In a suite of small exhibitions, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art demonstrates how much power can be generated by art executed in multiple mediums. Lois Dodd’s expressionist paintings, Bill Viola’s video installation, and a joint show of photography and poetry by Jacob Bond Hessler and Richard Blanco illustrate the rich variety of human experience…

Art review: Lois Dodd done justice in Ogunquit

By Daniel Kany Lois Dodd is arguably the most admired painter within the state of Maine. Although she was born in New Jersey and has spent most of her life in New York, she represents the fundamental ethics of Maine painting: common sense, intelligence, freedom from unnecessary decoration, work-honed skill, and humility. Art review: Lois…

Taking the Plunge

“The two forces that have done the most to shape who we are as human beings, both inside and out, and throughout history, are technology and revelation.” – Bill Viola, quoting Huston Smith in a 2009 interview Taking the Plunge  

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By Sarah Bouchard Not all artists can afford a traditional, daily studio practice. For some, the studio is a state of mind entered into on the drive home after a long day packed with professional obligations. These artists make exceptional work while maintaining an alternate identity – be it teacher, parent, janitor, or doctor. For…

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