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January - March 2007
 

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Darrell Orwig     Patti Millington     Michael Shewmaker

 
 

Good Roads
and
Bad Dreams


paintings by
Darrell Orwig

 
       
   
 
Darrell Orwig discovers and shares his enthusiasm for life in the  mysterious present. With his paintings he focuses on the miracle of what is right before our eyes. He relishes the excitement of qualities observed in our everyday environment that we may either dismiss or overlook, and he shares his eye-opening experiences. His paintings answer the questions: "What does the painter see, seek to capture, interpret, recreate, and share? His images are paths for empathy, seeing, and feeling with the artist what he perceives.                                                          

- Duane Preble
  Professor Emeritus
  University of Hawai
i

 
 

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MECHANICAL /
organical


new works by     Patti Millington
The Works                                                12"h x 36"w x 1.5"d

 


 

Finding our Way

Finding Our Way

Flood Gates

Flood Gates

Beneath the Skin

Defense

Defense

Gallery

 

According to Webster’s, “middle” means “halfway between two given points, times, or limits; a point or part halfway between extremes. Patti Millington, at 40, is in the middle, and her current body of work is a very personal expression of this time in her life.
 
 
   

    

   
 

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  LIGHT
SHARDS
 

sculpture by
Michael Shewmaker

 

 

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Multifaceted Big Island artist, Michael Shewmaker, is primarily known for his large format photography. In the early seventies he studied metalsmithing at Southern Illinois University and worked as a blacksmith for several years. In his current exhibition of sculpture at idspace, he returns to his roots. Shewmaker says, "This work is the culmination of many years of sculptural studies worked out on a smaller scale in wood." While the current works fabricated in aluminum range up to 16 feet in height, he advises that "These are maquettes for much larger pieces... ideally constructed at heights of thirty five to one hundred fifty feet."

 
   
   

 



Darrell Orwig, Patti Millington, Michael Shewmaker

 

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