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Autumnal Splendor

Autumnal Splendor
higher resolution 36Kb

Pastel on paper, 24" x 44"
Reception Area 200





Amy Mehalick received her Master of Fine Arts in painting from Bowling Green State University. She has exhibited her prints, paintings, and pastels throughout Ohio. Her work is found in numerous collections, among them Bell Information Systems, Cincinnati; Ohio Turnpike Commission, Cleveland; University of Cincinnati Medical College; and Clark State Community College Performing Arts Center, Springfield.



I use land as a referent in all my work, to express states of human feeling. As I am influenced by the time of year and the weather, so is my work. My landscapes are not site specific but rather come from a collective memory of what I have seen. The scenes I portray are often those I have seen while riding in a car or bicycling, I try to create works that express motion and the shift of light and shadow across landscapes. I attempt to strip the subject of its literal elements (trees, grass, dirt, rocks) and reveal its space, atmosphere, texture, and variety of color: I hope that those who view my work will be drawn back to the work time and time again to see the drawing in a new way.


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