Paintings by Karen Goetzinger seen at Shenkman Arts Centre, Ottawa - "Beauty in the Inconsequential" - Shenkman Arts Centre, LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space
Paintings by Karen Goetzinger seen at Shenkman Arts Centre, Ottawa - "Beauty in the Inconsequential" - Shenkman Arts Centre, LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space
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Item "Beauty in the Inconsequential" - Shenkman Arts Centre, LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space
Created by Karen Goetzinger
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"Beauty in the Inconsequential" - Shenkman Arts Centre, LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space

US$3,000

Size of each piece is approximately 61.5" x 43.5" framed.

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Abstract art exhibition

Meet the Creator

Karen Goetzinger

Karen Goetzinger

Ottawa, Canada

Expressively recording beauty in the inconsequential.

Karen Goetzinger is a visual artist who after living in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and New York, now resides in Ontario, Canada. Her abstract work is exhibited by public and commercial galleries throughout North America, and has been shown in exhibition spaces in China and Australia. It hangs in both private and corporate collections internationally. Utilizing layers of mixed media such as acrylic, ink, graphite and oil pastel, she expressively marks the imprint of time and place on individual memory. Each large scale painting is intentionally without figurative elements allowing the viewer to become the human element, in solitary interaction with the abstract landscape and their own narratives.

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