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The Artists of Shed Art
I, Lynne Brown, founder and owner of Shed Art, am a visual artist. My career in graphic art and digital design spans 30 years. I studied fine art at the University of Missouri before attending and graduating from the Art Institute of Atlanta. I worked as a creative specialist and art director in Atlanta. I moved to the Winston-Salem area after being hired by a corporation as a creative manager, eventually becoming a digital designer. I combines many artistic skills to develop my work, from drawing and painting to graphic arts and photography. A fine art enthusiast, my love of art and creativity has led me to photograph and paint subjects that inspire me. Many of the photographs I take are for references for my oil paintings. These photos themselves are artworks. Some of my favorite subjects are flowers, nature, animals and people. I am inspired by things of beauty in my life, the world, light, color, settings, decor, people enjoying themselves and the work of other artists. I aspire to capture a scene or moment that connects emotionally with the viewer.
Joseph Bircher, an architect and painter, composes what he calls Ab-scapes from satellite images of the state of Kansas where he was born. He is captivated by the geometry of the land and the interface of the natural geography and man-made features, including the endless grid of roads, properties and farmland, a system of dividing land into parcels dating back to and recorded in the Land Ordinance of 1785. He finds the quilt-like quality of the landscapes that provides infinite subject matter for his art particularly fascinating. These aerial images refer to our agricultural industry and how the earth has been imprinted by man with center pivot irrigation systems and machinery in the planting and harvesting of crops, forming circles and intricate patterns and textures on the earth. A viewer of his art may think they are looking at an abstract painting when in fact it is more of a landscape. "It is the juxtaposition of the grid to the natural features of the landscape such as rivers, creeks and trees that creates an endless variety of visually intriguing compositions that express the beauty of this part of the country," he says of his 2-dimensional geometric aerial landscapes."I think of these works as Ab-scapes because of the abstract appearance of the work. I capture this imagery and reinterpret it using a painterly approach and sometimes combine a collage technique using pasted paper images with paint on panels. I hope to convey the beauty of this land in the Midwest captured in these images as portrayed with an artistic interpretation."
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