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Ryan SalInetti
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"...These images can be seen in many ways - documentation of an intimate relationship; a conversation with art history; an embrace of the ephemeral and a nod to mortality; a questioning of the contemporary portrait genre; an exploration of the formal language of painting; and perhaps most of all, as embodiments of love...."
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"...The horror and intrigue from this distinctly human interference inspires the shape, form, and color that meld together through layers in the artwork. The appearance of these objects in the work are strangely playful, yet expose our flaws as creators of this plastic virus that is becoming layered into our history..."
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"...I'm usually inspired by places or things I have an emotional connection to...The Koi fish rug in particular is inspired by my childhood days. My dad builds Koi ponds, and as a kid he would always take me to visit the sites he was working on. I find inspiration from travels to nature!"
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"...My paintings depict praiseworthy examples of the city architecture, some utilitarian and others grandly ornamental, from both old and new. My fascination with domes, towers, sacred and municipal structures began with daily observations of the Golden Gate Theatre at Sixth and Market...."
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"...We've all found ourselves in varying situations of confinement, camaraderie, reverie and desolation. There are moments when we are part of a community, and moments where we are isolated. These scenarios might evoke a different emotional reaction for each individual depending on time and place. I intend to bring attention to this universal human condition...."
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"...I took some advice and gave abstract art—i.e. painting my emotions—a try. I took an old beach scene I’d done and added crazy colors to it. I called it Heat Wave, and almost as soon as I shared it, four people asked to buy it—it was the start of my career...."
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"Our design and our art is quiet, or wants to be, in the way a gull finds current above discord and lets the air lift and direct its path - movement without motion. It’s true, too, that often Adrienne and I are louder than we are quiet, like astronauts, barking through our respirators and headphones - fierce, cacophonous arguments about tiny tectonic moments in the life of an emerging tabletop."
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"Natural patterns inspire my work. Some are biological patterns on the cellular level of organisms. Others are geological patterns of earth's natural landscapes.  Exploring both static and dynamic patterns in nature, my work connects the dynamic qualities of landscapes and life forms, physiology and physics, death and detritus, growth and form..."
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Jesse Waugh had an epiphany early in 1995, at which point he realized that he would make the communication of Beauty the goal of his life. A numinous revelation inspired him to devote his art to the cause which he would later label Pulchrism: The championing of Beauty as the purpose of art...
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"Somewhere on a bridge or a hotel balcony, you’ll find me capturing video of unsuspecting figures walking below. Later, in a studio in Santa Fe, you can find me pouring through frame after frame of the video footage to find the perfect moment of weight shift, swing of the arm or tilt of the head, which I feverishly paint, covering large canvases with thick paint depicting an overhead view of a walking figure in an urban setting..."
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