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Lee Cline

My Love Ain't Gone (Horse XIII) - Original - Paintings

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24H x 30W x 1.5D in
60.96H x 76.2W x 3.81D cm
3.18 kg
7 lb

Original Oil and Charcoal on Panel

24" x 30" x 1.5" unframed

This piece is one of a series of running animals, each of which is, of course, an exploration of motion and rhythm, and I find their forms fun to draw. But these paintings are also part of an ongoing inquiry into the depiction of wildstuff that, rather than pose for or interact with us, exists in its own realm, with or without us, or maybe in spite of us.

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Item My Love Ain't Gone (Horse XIII) - Original
Created by Lee Cline
As seen in Creator's Studio, Lamoine, ME
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Lee Cline
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Wescover creator since 2022
I want to invite a dialog between the familiar and the strange; between self and other, civilized and wild, literal and symbol, intellect and intuition, stuff and spirit.

The practice of painting and drawing, for me, is an ongoing search for the “authentic thing.” I look for it in chance, in drips and smudges, non-sequiturs and mistakes. What interests me is a piece that doesn’t hide my own wrestling with it, trying to get the lines “right,” a piece that moves past my own expectations and doubts toward something larger and more true. There is still so much to learn.

My work has been shown and sold in various shows and venues over the years. After living in San Francisco for many years, my partner, my dog, and I now live full-time in rural Maine.