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Arin Dineen, Quodlibet (light hearted composition), Madrid

Arin Dineen Quodlibet (light hearted composition), Madrid, 2016

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Arin Dineen, Quodlibet (light hearted composition), Madrid
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    Professional art gallery
    Santa Fe - United States

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    Hand-signed by artist

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    Painting : oil

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    Painting on canvas

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  • Dimensions cm | inch

    14 x 24 inch

  • Framing

    Not framed

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  • About the artwork

    Arin Dineen travels the world touring historic places, then returns to her Santa Fe studio to painstakingly recreate each intricate detail from these exquisite locations in oil on canvas. "Quodlibet" whose inspiration derives from Madrid, Spain, honors the delicate artistry of easily glanced over details created by Europe's historic artisans. It takes many months to complete just one work of art; our consultants recommend you do not hesitate acquiring this stunning work into your collection.

    "Quodlibet" is currently on view in Ellsworth Gallery's exhibition Taking Wing. Upon purchasing this work of art, the painting will ship to you upon the exhibition's ending the first week of August 2017.

    • Tags
    • interior

    • hyperrealism

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Arin Dineen

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"My oil paintings focus on silence, the passage of time, and the preservation of history. By presenting empty historical spaces as they exist today, I invite viewers to contemplate not only the actual history of the locations presented, but also our relationship to history. My paintings question what gets preserved, who is remembered, and what will stand long after we are gone. The format of my paintings is the same ratio as a film still. By composing the spaces cinematically, I invite the viewer to become the protagonist. This gives the works a sense of mystery and narrative tension. I am interested in our desire to idealize the past, and by making meticulously detailed paintings, I highlight not only the craft and workmanship of the architectural spaces I paint, but also the time needed to create these labor-intensive works." - Arin Dineen

Arin Dineen was born in Severna Park, Maryland, and now resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She holds a BFA in Studio Art from Wesleyan University where she received the Jessup Prize for Art and Design. Arin Dineen has been with Ellsworth Gallery since 2013 and has participated in a number of exhibitions including Sight Lines, 2014; Artists' Choice, 2016, and her latest exhibition with Ellsworth Gallery opening June 16th, 2017, Taking Wing. Dineen's paintings are in private collections in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, California, and New Mexico.
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Arin Dineen, Quodlibet (light hearted composition), Madrid
Arin Dineen, Quodlibet (light hearted composition), Madrid Arin Dineen, Quodlibet (light hearted composition), Madrid

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