Heidi Daub

True/Sun and Sea, acrylic on paper, 28 x 37

 

Hum Of The Sea, 22 x 22, acrylic on paper, mounted on archival board

 

Light From A Distant Sun, 24 x 24, acrylic on canvas

Echo Through The Waters, 24 x 30, acrylic on archival clayboard

 

 

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Do You Remember The Pleasure Of That Spring? acrylic on paper, 22 x 30

 

Every Year The Riot Of Green

Every Year The Riot of Green, 22 x 30, acrylic on paper

 

Heidi Daub was raised near the meeting waters of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers and in her late teens was drawn to the North Atlantic coast, graduating from Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Massachusetts. Residing and working in Maine, she exhibits her paintings in solo and group shows throughout New England.  Curator and collaborator, Daub’s art reflects her involvement in various artistic disciplines and her reverence for the natural world. She has produced two publications of her paintings and poems, Eve Of A New Round (2008) and the artist catalog Pieces of Prayer (2015). Her work is housed internationally in private and corporate collections.

My paintings evolve from an introspection, coming out of an awareness, a sense. This remembering, this stilling is where I go in my creative work. By opening to this reception, I am attempting to find color, form and movement to express what we cannot describe, but we feel; like divine, the deep forest place, water’s essence, or the complexity and simplicity of love.