Najah Clemmons attended College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina and graduated with a B.F.A. She has developed a new love for mixed media and cut paper. Her works began to reflect the marriage of paper textures and painterly strokes. Just recently she has begun to explore the boldness of color in graphic design medium.
“As an artist, I am true to myself when I utilize all that I’ve learned and all that I am in my work.”
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“My passion is painting flowers on a grand scale. Bringing power, strength and serenity. My aspirations in painting large scale works is to transform the world of flowers into resonant works of art. The canvas comes to life in the bold application of color. All the sensuous colors of Italy are reflecting the fruit of the earth and the bountiful expression of my Italian Heritage.”
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“Since I was old enough to hold a crayon, and then a brush, I have always known that I was going to be a real artist. In my life as an artist, I have travelled down many roads of discovery. From Impressionism to Realism and even poster art, I have encountered challenges and excitement in every style, medium and subject matter. Being an artist is not just what I do, it is who I am.”
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A little piece of art by Suzanne Silk is a form of auto-biographical narrative that incorporates digital art photography with translucent fiber fragments from the artist’s hand dyed and screened “Art to Wear” collection. Pigments, resin and wax mediums enrich the surface of each richly textured visual poem. “Inspiration comes from living with curiosity, seeing what is possible and connecting all things.”
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