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Portland based art critic Richard Speer writes about the paintings of From Cradle to Grave: The Color White, my art show at the Anka Gallery, in the visual arts section of this week’s Willamette Week. “The highlights of the four-person … Continue reading
The White That Binds (Pinning Ceremony) 10″ x 13″ is available for purchase online through Anka Gallery. The color white is prominent in traditionally female rituals and ceremonies of western culture. Nursing, with its iconic white uniform, began as a … Continue reading
by JParadisi 13 x 11 3/4″ oil and charcoal on paper 2010 “I will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping in the practice of my calling.” The Nightingale Pledge Sometimes My Surgical Mask Feels Like a … Continue reading
The Bride by JParadisi 11″ x 9″ oil and graphite on paper 2010 In Western culture a woman wearing white so often represents purity that it is easy to imagine the paint itself having that squeaky-clean reputation as well. But … Continue reading
Mean Girls (First Communion II) by JParadisi oil and ink on paper 2010
Little Girls in White Dresses (First Communion) by JParadisi 13″ 11 1/2″ oil and charcoal on paper 2010 Little Girls in white Dresses (First Communion) is available for purchase through the Anka Gallery.
The Christening Gown by JParadisi pencil, ink, watercolor on paper, 2010 The Christening Gown is available for purchase online through the Anka Gallery.
From Cradle to Grave: The Color White is available for purchase online throughthe Anka Gallery.