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When I was a little kid growing up in Palm Springs, California, I thought water came magically from the kitchen sink and ended up collecting in the swimming pool. I was endlessly fascinated by the cool aqua colors and weird patterns of light dancing on the surface and bouncing off the bottom of swimming pool. I've always been drawn to bodies of water and shimmering, moving light. Ripple Effect is a mixed media series of cast and free form poured resin and enamel on acrylic that came about while watching my children dropping balls into a kiddie pool and skipping stones across the Hudson River. Ripple effect plays with the idea of light and shadow, hinting of summer's cool aqua ease. They are an exploration of water surface, tension, deep shadow, dancing light, and of childhood memories of time spent happily spacing out over water.
The McLoughlin Gallery is an approachable, inviting gallery with a social conscience. The mission of the gallery is to educate and intrigue by showcasing established mid-career and emerging contemporary artists whose work is unique, integrating bright, bold colors and conveying an emotional punch. Art work that makes you think. A portion of proceeds will benefit Glide and Stanford Breast Cancer Research. The McLoughlin Gallery is an independent enterprise not associated or connected with Stanford University and its activities are not ...