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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Joyce Cambron

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Joyce Cambron states that her figurative paintings are about "things I can't easily talk about - isolation and intimacy. They are often representations of the least public moments, those seen only by family or a lover; waking, stepping into the shower, a dirty kitchen. They both invite intimacy and cause the discomfort of intrusion."

While interiors and the figure are the subjects that most interest her, she returns to the landscape to experiment with materials and to work more with light and space rather than representation. In these paintings, she often employs irregular surfaces such as hand made paper from India for the inspiration derived from its rustic shape and texture.

Cambron attended the Rhode Island School of Design and now resides in Carteret County.



Maria Costa said...

Obrigada pelo vosso continuo trabalho. Obrigada pelo encanto que partilham e chega até à nossa sensibilidade.

Um ano de 2012 com muita beleza.

Artodyssey said...

A partilha é um prazer , Maria. Eu é que agradeço a vossa companhia.

Bom Ano!


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