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Deborah HooverMichigan artist, Deborah Hoover is challenged by Paul Klee 's statement, "make the invisible visible. " She develops a unique concept for every painting. "Two intangible, untouchable energies that are repeated in my paintings are light and movement. "

"The light creates the shapes and shadows in my paintings and causes the colors to sparkle. Without light there would be no shapes, shadows or color. To me, light represents growth, learning, warmth and comfort. "

"Movement and energy are a part of life and I want my paintings to be alive. I attempt to create movement by using color. The viewer 's eye instinctively follows the color wheel, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, green and back to yellow. I reinforce movement by designing repeating shapes and lines, leading the viewer 's eye around the watercolor or acrylic paintings. "

 

Artwork




Classical Quartet, Classical Quartet

Classical Quartet
20 x 25




Guitar Heat (237), Guitar Heat (237)

Guitar Heat (237)
30 x 22




Hot Sax (261), Hot Sax (261)

Hot Sax (261)
44 x 17




Hot Swing, Hot Swing

Hot Swing
17 x 44




Hot Trumpet, Hot Trumpet

Hot Trumpet
44 x 17




Jazz Trio, Jazz Trio

Jazz Trio
25 x 20




Piano Top Jazz, Piano Top Jazz

Piano Top Jazz
44 x 33




Sweet Saturday Jazz, Sweet Saturday Jazz

Sweet Saturday Jazz
30 x 40




Trio Suite (Bass Trio), Trio Suite (Bass Trio)

Trio Suite (Bass Trio)
12 x 12




Trio Suite (Brass Trio), Trio Suite (Brass Trio)

Trio Suite (Brass Trio)
12 x 12




Trio Suite (Percussion Trio), Trio Suite (Percussion Trio)

Trio Suite (Percussion Trio)
12 x 12




Trombone, Piano, Clarinet (178), Trombone, Piano, Clarinet (178)

Trombone, Piano, Clarinet (178)
11 x 15


 
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