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Xiaoze Xie November 2011 Issue 103 page 150 Oil on canvas 60 x 83  His work is amazing to me. Taking the ordinary and making it extrodinary. This reminds me of lessons that we have learned in our painting class. This is a good example of how to not take ordinary items for granted and this teaches me that we should paint the items all around us.

Xiaoze Xie November 2011 Issue 103 page 150 Oil on canvas 60 x 83 His work is amazing to me. Taking the ordinary and making it extrodinary. This reminds me of lessons that we have learned in our painting class. This is a good example of how to not take ordinary items for granted and this teaches me that we should paint the items all around us.

Erica Mahinay Rising Water Inkjet print 20 x 30"  I thought this was really cleavor in how she chose to use a dollhouse as her prop for the photo. I like the idea of large fruit agains the small delicate candle holder.

Erica Mahinay Rising Water Inkjet print 20 x 30" I thought this was really cleavor in how she chose to use a dollhouse as her prop for the photo. I like the idea of large fruit agains the small delicate candle holder.

White Roses by David Bates  artslant.com

White Roses by David Bates artslant.com

Neil Jenney  American; b. Torrington, CT, 1945; lives and works in New York, NY  Coat and Coated  1970  acrylic on canvas  50 x 57 3/4 in. (127 x 146 x 69 cm)

Neil Jenney American; b. Torrington, CT, 1945; lives and works in New York, NY Coat and Coated 1970 acrylic on canvas 50 x 57 3/4 in. (127 x 146 x 69 cm)

Jessica Stockholder  American; b. Seattle, WA, 1959; lives and works in New Haven, CT    1994  plastic sink legs, clothing, trimming, string, yarn, wood, hardware, piece of furniture, paper mache, plaster, wallpaper paste, glue, acrylic and oil paint, cable, silicone and latex caulking, and plastic fruit  93 x 50 x 82 in. (236.22 x 127 x 208.28 cm)

Jessica Stockholder American; b. Seattle, WA, 1959; lives and works in New Haven, CT 1994 plastic sink legs, clothing, trimming, string, yarn, wood, hardware, piece of furniture, paper mache, plaster, wallpaper paste, glue, acrylic and oil paint, cable, silicone and latex caulking, and plastic fruit 93 x 50 x 82 in. (236.22 x 127 x 208.28 cm)

Lari Pittman  American; b. Los Angeles, CA, 1952; lives and works in Los Angeles, CA  © Lari Pittman  Reverential and Needy  1991  acrylic and enamel on mahogany  82 x 66 in. (208.28 x 167.64 cm)

Lari Pittman American; b. Los Angeles, CA, 1952; lives and works in Los Angeles, CA © Lari Pittman Reverential and Needy 1991 acrylic and enamel on mahogany 82 x 66 in. (208.28 x 167.64 cm)

William Christenberry  b. Tuscaloosa, AL, 1936; lives and works in Washington, D.C.  Coleman’s Cafe (I)  1982  mixed media, painted wood, and clay soil  18 3/8 x 25 3/4 x 36 1/2 in. (47 x 65.4 x 92.7 cm)

William Christenberry b. Tuscaloosa, AL, 1936; lives and works in Washington, D.C. Coleman’s Cafe (I) 1982 mixed media, painted wood, and clay soil 18 3/8 x 25 3/4 x 36 1/2 in. (47 x 65.4 x 92.7 cm)

Kenneth Noland  (American; b. Asheville, NC, 1924–d. Port Clyde, ME, 2010)  Brown Stretched  1966  acrylic on canvas  84 x 288 in. (213.4 x 731.5 cm)

Kenneth Noland (American; b. Asheville, NC, 1924–d. Port Clyde, ME, 2010) Brown Stretched 1966 acrylic on canvas 84 x 288 in. (213.4 x 731.5 cm)

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