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Nestor Madalengoitia

Sunset on the bridge
Sunset on the bridge

Pastel on paper

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Mid-Hudson Bridge
Mid-Hudson Bridge

Oil on canvas

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Picnic
Picnic

Acrylic on canvas

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Artists gathering
Artists gathering

Acrylic on canvas On display at 1915 Wine Cellar

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African
African

Oil on board

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Lee Krasner
Lee Krasner

American painter Acrylic on board

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Saskia
Saskia

Rembrandt's wife Acrylic on board

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Helen Fourment
Helen Fourment

Rubens wife Acrylic on canvas

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Gladys Tejeda
Gladys Tejeda

Peruvian long-distance runner Acrylic on board

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Portrait of a young man I
Portrait of a young man I

Oil on canvas

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Portrait of a young man II
Portrait of a young man II

Oil on canvas

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Sculptor and model
Sculptor and model

Oil on canvas

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Girl with fruit
Girl with fruit

Oil on canvas

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Nestor’s work is inspired by the work of the pre-Columbian Peruvian Paracas tapestry with a modern understanding which defines his own visual and conceptual vocabulary that emerged through his focus on the point of intersection between visual effect and the meaning of the subject. 

Jennifer Dooley

Pristine
Pristine

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Self Centered
Self Centered

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Aging Gracefully
Aging Gracefully

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Bashful
Bashful

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Optimistic
Optimistic

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Glorious
Glorious

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Flirtatious
Flirtatious

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Feminine in Fuchsia
Feminine in Fuchsia

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Flamboyant
Flamboyant

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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Walking the Red Carpet
Walking the Red Carpet

Inkjet print on metallic paper

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I first discovered my interest in photography while working in the IT department 30+ years ago.  I met a coworker with an unsteady hand who always produced blurry pictures.  So I asked if I could try out the camera and instantly fell in love.  After years of photographing for the sheer joy of it, my photographic "eye" has developed to intuitively seek out anything with colors, shapes and patterns and present it with a creative intention.  I see human personality, attitude and gesture in the curvature of floral stems and petals.  As flowers decay, these qualities exaggerate and become even more interesting to me.  These floral "personalities" are captured with a macro lens and focus stacking technique for maximum clarity. 

 

Jennifer is a Quality Assurance Analyst and resides in Port Chester, NY.