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Idiolect 3 Painting

Marie Kazalia

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Paper

Size: 23 W x 30 H x 0.5 D in

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Flashe fine art paints and acrylic fine art paints on Coventry Rag fine art paper

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Painting:Acrylic on Paper

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Size:23 W x 30 H x 0.5 D in

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Born Toledo, Ohio, USA, art classes for children at Toledo Museum of Art 1991-1995 expatriate Japan, India, China, writing, teaching, studying Eastern philosophies, Japanese, Mandarin languages1995-2005 returned expatriate, writing, painting mini-DV film projects, producer San Francisco Public access TV. Headlined Juice series of performances at the Jon Sims Center for the Arts in San Francisco. 2005-to 2009--i draw & paint full time Artist Statement--Marie KazaliaFrom girlhood on I consciously collected experiences, avoiding what I considered the materialism of collecting objects/things (noticing that many artists collect physical things that somehow relate to their art making), my collecting occurred over a longer period of time in the American cities of Toledo, Ohio and San Francisco, California until starkly different experiences intersected while living in Asian cities where I openly allowed my Americanness to merge with Eastern ways and understandings.The images presented here represent the emergence of color and language influences from my 4 expatriate years in the Asian countries of Japan, India and China---primarily in the cities of Tokyo, Madras(now Chennai) and Hong Kong. As an American, born in Toledo, Ohio, with a Bachelor of Fines Arts degree from the California College of Arts in the San Francisco bay area, I studied Japanese at a private language school in Tokyo where I practiced speaking, reading and writing Japanese kanji, hiragana and katakana characters. Hiragana and katakana the more modern simplified characters most often used on the many large neon signs in the urban centers of Tokyo. I also traveled, lived and taught in India for one full year, then moved to Hong Kong and enrolled in a Mandarin language course at the Chinese University-- studying conversation, reading, and writing Chinese characters. Being able to read hundreds of the most common Chinese characters made it easier for me when I traveled by train through mainland China (the PRC=Peoples Republic of China) to Beijing, then down to Shanghai, and back to Hong Kong, and during my one month stay in Taipei, Taiwan (the ROC=Republic of China). I was able to read street signs, shop signs and advertisements in Chinese throughout the PRC & ROC.

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