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Half Full or Half Empty in Purple and Green - Limited Edition of 5 Print

KATHY FLAMENT

United States

Printmaking, Linocuts on Paper

Size: 15 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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We all know the expression, “Half Full or Half Empty” that is supposed to test how we perceive a partially filled glass. Are you an optimist seeing the glass half full or are you a pessimist seeing the glass half empty? I was thinking of Mark Rothko, too, placing large blocks of color next to each other to test our perceptions of color. Do you think Mark Rothko was responding to pessimism or optimism?

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Printmaking:Linocuts on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:15 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Paint Toss Visit Kathy Flament, then go to Paint Toss page Kathy Flament explains Paint Toss I pretend to know how to paint. I have no formal training, but have always loved colors and shapes and intersecting lines in nature. I have attended printing and ceramic workshops in Truro Castle Center for the Arts in Cape Cod Massachusetts and papier mache classes at the ESO Arts Center in Belle Haven VA I have knitted for some time, too. I am a member of the Art League of Ocean City and the Rehoboth Art League and have canvases in both locations. Paint Toss was juried into the Arts Alive in June of 2012 in Ocean City. I started expressing myself after a bout with depression. I tried art therapy. I wanted to see if I could understand how I felt and how to explain myself to others. I drew a wandering path that traveled through, around, over all sorts of shapes and colors. At last, I had a tool to show others how I felt. With my drawing in hand, I could explain myself. By tossing paint, I can identify, express, resolve and manage my feelings as well as invite others to know me better. I like to think I can add joy and a tool for self-discovery to others. I let my mood move my brushes, hands, fingers, rollers, and brooms. About the Artist Kathy Flament, in addition to being a Paint Toss artist, is an independent focus group moderator. She lives in Rehoboth Beach, DE. Flament holds a MBA in International Marketing, Market Research, New Venture and Product Development from Northeastern University. Kathy Flament was born in Iowa, grew up in Illinois, lived in France, taught English as a Foreign Language, moved to Minnesota, then California, then Massachusetts, Maryland and lastly to Delaware, hopefully for good. Ms. Flament received a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages from Barat College in Lake Forest, Illinois and a Masters in Business Administration from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Ms. Flament’s time for the 1999 Boston Marathon was 5:45. Most recently, she has exhibited at Art’s Alive in Ocean City, MD, the Rehoboth Art League and Himmelfarb Gallery in Laurel MD. See more of her work at visualcv.com/kathyflament and Paint Toss on facebook. Ms. Flament’s time for the 1999 Boston Marathon was 5:45.  

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