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MOOOOOO

MOOOOOO

Jasub

Jasub

Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning

Yoga Asana

Yoga Asana

Blue Glass

Blue Glass

Contemplation

Contemplation

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Carin Jetté

Life is full of choices and wonderful opportunities to experience and creating art also gives me those choices! By using different mediums in my art, I challenge myself and therefore I am continuously learning and experimenting. As an artist, I have been critiqued for not having
“any one style” that can be recognized as “my” style.  
My inspiration comes from many things, nature, people, experiences, other artists and when I am in that creative sphere, I choose my style, medium and method!  

 

  • Painting with oils is a very sensuous experience for me. The paint flows over the canvas with such ease, creating these wonderful strokes with the guidance of only my hand.

  • Acrylics are fast drying and vivid in color. With limited time to paint, acrylics seem to satisfy the passion allowing me to complete an image in a relatively shorter time frame.

  • The few collages I have done are drawings, found papers, photographs and mixed media. This process allows me to release myself from the realistic ways I paint.

  • Working with clay allows me to combine my realistic work and expressionism with the strength of my arms and hands. My hands and fingers are constantly touching, feeling and shaping eventually creating a human form.

  • Mandalas are a meditative state that allows me to just flow using only black pens creating repetitive patterns reminding me that life is never ending. Freedom to expressing oneself! 

 

Art! Life! Create! Dance! Laugh! Love!


Now in my late sixties I can see a pattern in my lifestyle that spills over into my creative life! I have never stopped for too long in one home, always moving, exploring different places and lifestyles. This is also reflected in my art. Not just having “one style of art”, I love to explore
different styles, mediums and I believe that most everything is worth trying at least once!

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