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Meridith L Passabet
Brooklyn, NY

Media:Painting;


ARTIST STATEMENT: My work comes from my exploration of bittersweet, conflicting emotions. I use "confetti" as a universal sign of celebration that I can paint within incongruous environments. Painting confetti gives me unlimited possibilities to investigate the formal elements that I find the most engaging: color, flat shapes, and spatial ambiguities. The question I always return to is if my paintings reflect an optimism about finding joy in the face of the terrible things that are always occurring around the world, or if the "celebration" is insincere, just a superficial prop to disguise the reality?
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  • Stormy Celebration
    2013
    oil on canvas
    30x40 inches

  • High Hopes
    2016
    paper and wire
    variable

  • Residual Joy
    2013
    acrylic and oil on canvas
    20x24 inches

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  • Confetti (Black)
    2012
    oil on canvas
    24x30 inches

  • Confetti (Silver)
    2013
    acrylic and oil on canvas
    20x24 inches

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