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Connie Lloveras, Rock, Bird, Scribble and Circles, 2019, Mixed Media on Canvas, 72h x 48w in

Rock, Bird, Scribble and Circles, 2019

Mixed Media on Canvas

72 x 48 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Totem with Organic Form, 2007,  Point on Fired Clay, 33.5 x 28.5 x 5.5 inches

Totem with Organic Form, 2007

Painted Fired Clay Sculpture

33.5 x 28.5 x 5.5 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Nest on Wires and Bird Cluster, 2013, Mixed media on canvas, 48” x 72” inches

Nest on Wires and Bird Cluster, 2013

Mixed Media on Canvas

48 x 72 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Interior Gardens, 2000,  Acrylic and Mixed-Media on canvas, 34.65 x 34.65 inches

Interior Gardens, 2000

Acrylic and Mixed-Media on Canvas

34.65 x 34.65 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Three Seeds in Boat, Leaf and Eclipse, 2014,  Mixed-Media on paper, 30 x 22 inches

Three Seeds in Boat, Leaf and Eclipse, 2014

Mixed-Media on Paper

30 x 22 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Rock, Bird, Scribble and Circles, 2019, Mixed Media on Canvas, 72h x 48w in

Rock, Bird, Scribble and Circles, 2019

Mixed Media on Canvas

72 x 48 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Totem with Organic Form, 2007,  Point on Fired Clay, 33.5 x 28.5 x 5.5 inches

Totem with Organic Form, 2007

Painted Fired Clay Sculpture

33.5 x 28.5 x 5.5 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Nest on Wires and Bird Cluster, 2013, Mixed media on canvas, 48” x 72” inches

Nest on Wires and Bird Cluster, 2013

Mixed Media on Canvas

48 x 72 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Interior Gardens, 2000,  Acrylic and Mixed-Media on canvas, 34.65 x 34.65 inches

Interior Gardens, 2000

Acrylic and Mixed-Media on Canvas

34.65 x 34.65 inches

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Connie Lloveras, Three Seeds in Boat, Leaf and Eclipse, 2014,  Mixed-Media on paper, 30 x 22 inches

Three Seeds in Boat, Leaf and Eclipse, 2014

Mixed-Media on Paper

30 x 22 inches

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Biography

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My work is a compilation of mere observations of our world and what surrounds us on a daily basis.  Be it nature, architecture or images on a television screen, the human being encounters an enormous amount of visual imagery that makes up our world.  I have taken the imagery, borrowed lines, shapes, forms, and color, stripped them of their literal references and used these to create compositions.

Although the shapes are still at times rather recognizable or familiar they are kept abstract enough to spark a viewer’s imagination in reference to these elements, evoking thought and reflection, dependent on the viewers own point of view or associations.

Human figures, birds and boats are often placed amidst a series of unrelated images of structures, landscapes, and familiar objects as to jar the spectator’s imagination in relation to these forms.  Abstract concepts such as birth and renewal become as palpable as seeds and eggs.  Boats allude to journeys, silhouettes become cups or recipients, and nests become traveling vessels. By placing these forms, stripped of their literal references, within the same composition, the viewer is forced to use their own thought process to complete these renderings.

My work juxtaposes natural organic elements in nature with more rigid structural forms.  Tables, pots, and ladders are placed amidst trees, seeds and leaves. The work sets up a stark contrast between nature and constructed and man-made objects.  It draws inspiration from establishing the similarities and differences that exist between them, and often speaks of the spiritual longing that I believe to be a universal, and central part of human existence.

 

 

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