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March: Alan Walker
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May: Colleen Lineberry
June: Michael Wiley
July: Louis Toledo
August: Alison Golder

September: Michael Zambelli
October: Anne Elliott
November: Seunghwui Koo
December: Michael Endy

SEPTEMBER - MICHAEL ZAMBELLI



ARTIST STATEMENT

My paintings allow me to capture the emotional aspects of abandoned or overlooked objects, with a focus on old vehicles, products and structures. The way the sun hits it, the way the rust transforms it or the way its beauty and personality goes unnoticed are what attracts me to a particular subject matter. The intent of each painting is to have the viewer experience an emotion or trigger a memory based on the subject matter. They’re not meant to be pretty pictures, but hopefully the beauty or the sadness in the mundane will be apparent. Enjoy the trip.



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after rainAfter the Rain
Acrylic 
12”x16”; 2014

SunnyDayAnother Sunny Day In Millville   
Acrylic 
14” x 17”;  2013

AnticipatingGloomAnticipating the Gloom of Night   
Acrylic 
2015

EndOfDayAt The End Of The Day   
Acrylic 
12”x16”;  2013


strbucksBefore Starbucks   
Acrylic 
11”x14”; 2013

dorsetDorset and Edgewater   
Acrylic 
15”x18”; 2015

FastBusFast Bus To China   
Acrylic 
9”x15”; 2014

RadioRadio Dream
Acrylic 
9”x14”; 2013


MailExprMail Expressionism   
Acrylic 
16”20”; 2015

NashNash   
Acrylic 
11”x15”;  2014

RetiredWinnRetired Winnebago   
Acrylic 
12”x16”; 2013

monacoThe Monaco, the Final Hours   
Acrylic 
12”x16”;  2014


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