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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Now for something fishy

Posted By on Wed, May 18, 2011 at 1:09 PM

Looking for art news on Facebook, I saw a series of images used along with the announcement of Matt McLeod's show and sale Friday, May 20, 5:30-9 p.m. at Pulaski Heights Christian Church, 4724 Hillcrest Ave. Among the images: "Koi." It reminded me of another koi painting, "Coy Koi" by Pat Langewis, in the MSW show at the HAM. And so, instead of doing the work I ought to be doing, I started looking for other Arkansas artists' paintings inspired by Koi. I'm going to post them the easy way, below, starting with McLeod's "Koi."

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  • Matt McLeod's "Koi"

Then Langewis':

Coy Koi, by Pat Langewis
  • "Coy Koi," by Pat Langewis

Then Sandy Hubler's:

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And Debra Sisson's:

Koi in Pool, by Debra Sisson
  • "Koi in Pool," by Debra Sisson

And Cheryl Kellar's"

Koi Pond, by Cheryl Kellar
  • "Koi Pond," by Cheryl Kellar

And, for an abstract take, Nathaniel Daily's:

Nathaniel Daileys Koi
  • Nathaniel Dailey's "Koi"

Back to work.

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