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Secrets of The Privacy Fence, "Cat Lady", Acrylic on canvas, 30 x 40 Sm
4th painting in the series "Secrets of The Privacy Fence, Cat Lady"

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Comment by Mick Grochowski on April 8, 2014 at 6:04pm

"Cat Lady" takes 3rd place. Acrylic painting "Secrets of the Privacy Fence, Cat Lady" received the 3rd place award in the 24th annual Mid-Atlantic Exhibit in Norfolk, VA.  http://www.d-artcenter.org/index.html.

The show is open from April 4th to May 18th, 2014.

Comment by Mick Grochowski on April 6, 2014 at 11:12am

"Cat Lady" has been accepted into the 24th Annual Mid-Atlantic Art Exhibition in Norfolk Virginia. For info regarding the D-Art Center go to http://www.d-artcenter.org/

Comment by Resident Curator on May 8, 2013 at 9:52am

Curator’s Comments:

 

The Privacy Fence introduces an interesting concept- be it an evident voyeuristic fascination with our neighbors.  The painting itself employs dynamic primary color and gesture to draw the viewer into the partially obstructed environment.  From a purely formal and organizational standpoint, the white slotted fence posts bend at slightly counter angles to the opening in the architecture.  Blocks of textural green and blue move me through the space, without creating too much visual emphasis on the actual characters. I like that the human figure appears distinctly calm surrounded by her animated and potentially menacing cats.  There’s a certain psychological equilibrium in these dispositions. I also appreciate the multiple ways in which you organize the picture plane; color seems to be a hallmark of conflicted moods and sensibilities.  For example, Council of Clones and Parking Lot have dramatically different value patterns- a quiet low contrast image results.  Other pieces, like Privacy Fence, vibrate with almost volatile intensity. I admit that I prefer the later piece, as it’s layered with whimsical and subtly provocative content. (Admittedly, it could also be that I live with five cats of my own.)

Comment by Mick Grochowski on May 8, 2013 at 8:52am

"Thx for the like Kristen. This Privacy Fence series has been interesting. We think we know our neighbors but do we really know what goes on behind their "Privacy fences".

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