Therese Cipiti Herron Artist directory :: Therese Cipiti Herron
4”x4” oil on cradled birch
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I like to think of my art work as connected to history, yet personal and current in time and place. It's how I see things, with enough left unsaid. I work with a variety of media, hoping to engage the viewer with many sensations. My "Uniformed" series stems from my parochial school upbringing and working for three decades in the field of nursing. I typically produce art works in series on topics ranging from dogs to politics, landscapes to hula dancing. RECENT PUBLICATIONS: 2010 Edition Hardcover 'Nursing the Finest Art' by Patricia Donahue. Others include Front Cover AJN magazine, San Diego Home and Garden, San Diego Evening Tribune. National Museum of Women In The Arts museum's library and research center archives.
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| ||This series speaks of the declining numbers of nurses as well as the vanishing image. |
| ||This series was developed while actively involved in Hula under Kumu Hula (teacher) Leinaala. It was shown at San Diego Art Institute Solo show titled 'Hula' in 2010. The series explores movement with line.|
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