Norlynne Coar is creating paintings, photographs, video
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One Woman Show in September

In preparation for for my one woman show in Taos this September, I am creating a series of new paintings. Depending on how the images work together, I expect to include some earlier paintings, monotypes and archival pigment prints of photographs. You can help support this project with funding for printing, stretching and framing, which is a formidable expense.

For me, art is expression of the artist's life and evolution. It is most interesting when the art reflects the artist's vision, philosophy and discoveries over time. I am a traveler and a searcher. I like to look into the surface of what I see and to consider it from different perspectives, attempting to discover something new, or something beyond, in the process. Working in series, I want to see motion or an evolution of my subject; to depict it in different ways or see it transform.

The process of making of art is an internal conversation and process of discovery. When I feel the piece is finished, I want the viewer to enter a journey of discovery of one's own – to a place, a meditation or feeling – or to see the world through my eyes.

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One Woman Show in September

In preparation for for my one woman show in Taos this September, I am creating a series of new paintings. Depending on how the images work together, I expect to include some earlier paintings, monotypes and archival pigment prints of photographs. You can help support this project with funding for printing, stretching and framing, which is a formidable expense.

For me, art is expression of the artist's life and evolution. It is most interesting when the art reflects the artist's vision, philosophy and discoveries over time. I am a traveler and a searcher. I like to look into the surface of what I see and to consider it from different perspectives, attempting to discover something new, or something beyond, in the process. Working in series, I want to see motion or an evolution of my subject; to depict it in different ways or see it transform.

The process of making of art is an internal conversation and process of discovery. When I feel the piece is finished, I want the viewer to enter a journey of discovery of one's own – to a place, a meditation or feeling – or to see the world through my eyes.

More About Me

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