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by Michele Fritz
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Our wooden holiday ornaments are 1/2" thick, approximately 4" tall, and include a string for easy hanging and a magnet on the back for use on refrigerators. Ornaments are available in six different shapes, including: stars, hearts, bells, trees, ovals, and stockings.
One of a series of original pastel works on paper created during my residency at Rensing Center in Pickens South Carolina and then finished back at... more
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One of a series of original pastel works on paper created during my residency at Rensing Center in Pickens South Carolina and then finished back at my studio in Kansas City. My husband and I visited Caesar's Head Park and walked the trails. I love how the path disappears into a beautiful maze of flowers and colorful trees. A granitic gneiss outcropping atop the dramatic Blue Ridge Escarpment gives Caesar's Head State Park its name.
Growing up in the rolling hills of Missouri, I've traveled to most states in the U.S. and painted along the way. I love being in nature and try to visit state parks along my travel routes. I work mostly in my studio, using field studies and photo references pulled from places I have visited. In creating these works, I sometimes embrace, sometimes abandon color theory while building an ever growing alphabet of marks that represent foliage, trees, buildings and the sky. I juxtapose these marks with textures, tones, and line to build a compressed space, create the illusion of great distances, and generate an energized surface crackling with potential. Purchase original artworks at www.michelefritz.com
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