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Dorienne Carmel

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P1000145
puddyn, 2010 Bronze Or Bronze Finish Approx 24 " © yes
Arlow_bronze
arlow, 2010 Bronze Approx 28 " © yes
Buffrey_in_brown_bronze
buffrey, 2010 Bronze Approx 27 " © yes
The_road_to_oz
the road to oz, 2010 Oil On Canvas 90x90 © yes
Window_shopping
window shopping, 2010 Oil On Canvas 40x40 Cms © yes
P1000216
TIKKI AND BORIS, 2010 JUNE Bronze Finish 25 Inches High
Tropica_2
Because it feels so good., 2009 Oil On Canvas 40" X 16" © dorienne carmel
20130704003533-doienne_carmel___22can_you_see_me_now____oil_on_canvas
“Can you see me now...?" Oil On Canvas
20130704043723-doienne_carmel___22can_you_see_me_now____oil_on_canvas
“Can you see me now?..." Oil On Canvas
Quick Facts
Birthplace
oxford
Birth year
1946
Lives in
herts
Works in
herts
Schools
kingsway college for art, 1994, foundation
The Byam Shaw School of Art/London.UK, 1996, degree
Tags
sculpture
Statement

artist statement

Most artists just feel the need to explain their work. Regardless of one’s ability to write, writing about your work poses unique problems that very few artists are equipped to deal with.

Consequently, most artists’ statements become overly personal explanations about what art means and what they are trying to accomplish in their work. Every artist wants his or her work to be understood and appreciated in the context in which it was made. However, very few artists are able to articulate intelligent insight into how to achieve that level of understanding, nor should they.

Part of the joy, from an observer’s point of view comes from the primary experience with the art bringing to his or her own personal and intimate connection. If those things are spelt out for them, before they have an opportunity to develop that connection, a huge part of the experience of appreciating the art is missing.