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Joyous Journey Paintings by Carl Weis of Sedona Arizona, USA

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Published on May 28, 2010

Original Southwest Paintings by Carl Weis

Music by Meadowlark
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Movie Presentation by Ansul of SoulScapes

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Photograph of Artist by Visions Photography
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Artist's Bio:

Carl's earliest memory, age three, is fingerpainting. Seeing a deep blue cave of space open on the slick paper by motion of the hand was transfixing magic.

Earning the MFA (Master of Fine Arts) in Painting from Columbia University, 1965, launched a thirty year career teaching art at the college level. He was associate professor of Creative Arts at Siena College, near Albany, NY, where he was on the faculty for twenty-five years. Most recently, students at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff have benefited from his teaching of drawing and marbling.

Weis is an award-winning and internationally exhibiting artist whose work ranges from still life studies in oil of fruit and vegetables, and broken sea shells with quartz crystal, to southwest desert landscapes that honor the spirit of the Anasazi. He also is a master of marbling, a little-known but ancient art that floats paint on a thickened water bath, yielding space-evocative monoprints. When collage elements are introduced, there is a spirit guide for the imagination's travel through visionary landscapes.

The artist lives in Sedona Arizona, and offers private teaching in marbling, drawing and painting. He also writes a kind of poetry he describes as "verse memoir" He specializes in pencil and pen portraits of people and pets. Reach him via email at cmxarts@aol.com.

Copyrights Carl Weis
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