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d'ART ID#: 87471
Length: 53.00 IN (134.62 cm)
Height: 53.00 IN (134.62 cm)
Depth: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
Dominant colors
Media Types
Acrylic Canvas Ink
Style & Subject
Abstract Figurative Modern
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Kim Dean

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Kim Dean

Multimedia Art - $4,500.00

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Class project for Oregon Public School Fundraiser
A depiction of twenty 1st graders and thier teacher(3 heads)

View a new perspective on life and the human spirit. Experience the emotion of a mother/artist. "Kim Dean, a native of Orlando Florida describes her work as objective and non-objective modern abstract. Her inspiration comes directly from her family and depicts the close relationship she shares with her husband and children. She paints about what she knows best and that warmth and energy quickly comes through her work. Kim is fascinated with the human form and motivated by her life's experiences. Her work has been described as playful and child like, showing her inner child at play. Her children are her muses and with out them, Kim feels her work would lack love, passion, spirituality, empathy and substance."In 1991, Kim Dean attended The Savannah College of Art and Design. Her pieces are collected by many through out the U.S. and Europe. Recent Solo Exhibitions and Performances :2003 The Red Door Gallery N.C. 2003-2004 Twist Studio Edgewater Fl. Recent Collectives Exhibitions and Performances :2005 ABWA and NOTF Annual Art Auction Deland Museum of Art FL.2004/05 AGR Gallery St. Pete Fl.2004 Bohemian Bubbas and Babes Ball Fundraiser/Auction Tampa FL. 2003-2004 A Taste For Wine, JJ Watts Gallery St. Pete FL.2003 Tampa General Hospital Pediatric Unit Tampa FL 2003 The Wave Gallery, Key West Fl.2003/04 Gallery 142 Deland FL. 2003 Glitz and Stixs Celebrity Fundraiser Tampa FL. 2003 Geneva Fundraiser and Auction Deland FL 2003 Magical Nights Orlando FL.Florida


Profile In an interview of 1946 with James Johnson Sweeney, Marcel Duchamp was saying that he was tired of being addressed as an artist because he felt it meant being "bte comme un artist", or stupid as an artist. This work is one of the rare exemples withing the 200 works on show presently in the Critics...  
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