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

Tom Deininger

"Born in 1970 in Boston, MAThomas Deiningeris an artist receiving considerable attention as contemporary artist and environmentalist. Deininger, who is a highly regarded and collected fine art painter, credits his success on canvas is a direct result (and linked to) his background in abstract art. Deininger, widely known as the artist who turns (recycles) junk into fine art installations, has produced museum scale installations which are then collected by corporations and high profile collectors worldwide. Dieninger says he approaches both bodies of work with a "more than nature has to offer" mentality- and it shows in his art. Artana is proud to present 20 of his strongest oil paintings created in 2006 to our clients and following."

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For an exhibit 8 hearts were hidden from the viewer in sculptures made of refuse. Closer inspection revealed a heart as a shadow cast, reflection in a mirror or other abstractions that turned into a heart. Red detritus hung from the ceiling created a perfect heart from one point on the floor. The piece was a Valentine's gift to Tom's fiance.

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