Theresa Alo & Liliane Favresse-Cohen – Realism Art Exhibition

2014 Realism Art Exhibition – MyArtContest.com

Theresa Alo – Indian Head, MD

I have been working clay for many years and it never ceases to amaze me the endless ways clay can be manipulated. Clay has an inherent mysterious quality that offers unforeseen potential to be anything. For years my focus was strictly on utilitarian pieces, but the last few years have led me to experiment more with the less obvious intended functionality and more focus on aesthetically abstract pieces. There is not a set procedure for utilizing clay in an art piece; instead the challenge in itself is what inspires me to create. 

All of my pieces explore variations of my previous work as I create in series, evaluating each outcome to identify more possibilities. Inspiration for individual series is inspired, whether consciously or unconsciously, by my life experiences and influences. My approach has suited me well and has allowed my experience with clay to constantly evolve. My fascination never waivers as I have learned over the years that working with clay offers infinite opportunities for creativity and inventiveness. With each piece my skill level and personal aesthetics undergo a parallel growth.

Title:The Dunes Medium:	acrylic Size:	14" x 14"
Title: The Dunes
Medium: acrylic
Size: 14″ x 14″
Title:Thoughts Medium:	Charcoal Size:	18" x 24"
Title: Thoughts
Medium: Charcoal
Size: 18″ x 24″

 

Liliane Favresse-Cohen – Nice, France

Title:women with red boots Medium:	acrilic on canevas Size:	80cm X 80cm
Title: women with red boots
Medium: acrilic on canevas
Size: 80cm X 80cm
Title:tea time Medium:	acrylic on canevas Size:	100cm X 100cm
Title: tea time
Medium: acrylic on canevas
Size: 100cm X 100cm

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