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Prairiescape-Remnants #27

Prairiescape-Remnants #27

Lori Clipperton Medicine Hat, AB


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About the Artwork

This work is part of my series titled “Prairiescape-Remnants” where I apply precious scraps of art materials to create patchwork prairie scenes. This series was inspired by connections with rural Alberta: my father’s recollections of living in a C.P.R. station, across the tracks from six grain elevators, my mom’s stitch work and my love of story. The grain elevator has become an icon of Canadian Prairie Life and the remnants of their past still exist in the minds of those who viewed, worked, visited and played in them. Sometimes these memories are embellished with excitement or even diminished because of memory recall. With this series I am interested in the abstract; pushing the envelope from representation.

Technique:Mixed Media on Cradled Board
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Unframed Size:24in x 24in
Frame:Not framed
Weight:3.8lbs (estimated)
Shipping & Purchase
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
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Lori Clipperton

Medicine Hat, Alberta

I work primarily with acrylics, alcohol ink and mixed media. I love to make large spontaneous marks when I begin most paintings. These loose marks suggest routes that I can take with the work. Since I am a tactile learner it is important for me to add layers of texture.

""Abstract thought and life’s metaphors have my interest.”"

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