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Sally Gerlitz Doty

"The Bear's Sunset"
approximately 4 inches tall, 3 inches diameter

Silver Signature member

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Sally Gerlitz Doty:
Egg Art

Surrounded by inspiration, I live with my husband and our two spunky dogs, on a peaceful hill in what I call the "Starry Night"
district of New York. Located between the Catskill Mountains and the Finger Lakes. Lush summers, frosty winters and starry nights.

I've been on this earth for 47 orbits now. Always a nature artist at heart, I became intrigued with the idea of painting nature panoramas in 1988. The challenge intrigued me and the panoramic format allowed me to play with light and color as it flows across the entire sky. I needed to develop a mind-bending focus to be able to paint a spatial illusion on a rounded surface. Once my mind was sufficiently bent, painting became a meditative exploration of the world around me. 

Conceptually I strive to create worlds to hold in your hand. While turning an Eggscape in your hand I hope you will be drawn into the painting, to feel as if you are part of the landscape, enjoying a 360-degree view. I want you to imagine hearing the crickets, feeling the breeze and watching for falling stars. I want you to imagine peace.

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Mark Monaghan

Bronze Signature Member

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Mark Monaghan: Egg Art

Mark is a self taught artist who works commercially as a screen printer in a busy sign shop. Tired of the daily grind of mass produced graphics, Mark picked up a brush and started to dab, dab, dabble in painting. Mark works solely in acrylics.

As for a canvas, why not eggs. They are a conversation piece in themselves. The challenge is that the work has no beginning, no end. Just a middle. A slight turn and you get a new perspective.

Mark hopes you enjoy viewing his work as much as he did producing it.

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