Life's Simple Shapes
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Artist's Statement

Life's simple shapes, it's complex layers. This is the inspiration behind my oil paintings. Shapes taken out of context, abstracted, simplified, repeated. Wrapped in enigmas. My work is intended to communicate on multiple levels through lines, colors and shapes that evoke mystery, and more importantly, emotion. My desire, my passion, is for every viewer to have a deeply personal and emotional reaction to my work. To interact with it. To be so moved as to claim his own sequence of viewing the paintings and to group them in whichever way best speaks to him.

--Ilaria Arpino

Moods
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Moods
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This exhibit was displayed at Thomas Jefferson University's Scott Memorial Library in the winter and spring of 2004 - 2005.

 

 
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