Right panel, family slides

This is part of a triptic that is in progress whose images are meant to be enjoyed separately  however the pieces are suppose to gain additional meaning shown together as one piece.

This is a relatively large lithographic drawing, so is the central panel. The Left panel will be a graphite drawing. This is an image of my two sister-in-law's when they were children (in the 60's) looking at a slide viewer over their mothers shoulder.

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Influences: There are a few. I really Like Alice Neel and Alex Katz. Edward Hopper made work that touched me on an emotional level while Wayne Theibaud's landscapes are extremely aesthetically pleasing along with his masterful use of color. I would also like to acknowledge my family who has been a real inspiration and very supportive in the creative process. EDUCATIONM.F.A.,  Printmaking, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1991.                  Minor concentrations: Drawing and Art History.B.F.A.,   Printmaking, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, New York, 1989.                 Minor concentrations: Drawing, Art History and Papermaking.

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