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New Artists on EditionedArt

EditionedArt introduces 4 new artists, Anita Thacher, Arden Scott, John King and Richard Giglio.

1. Anita Thacher

Anita Thacher, House I, 2002, Aquatint, 30 x 22 inches
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Anita Thacher is a New York-based artist known for her work in a variety of mediums–film, video, public art, multimedia, light, architectural and sculptural installation, as well as painting, photography and prints. Her art explores issues of perception both spatial and personal. Memory, childhood and domestic themes are fundamental elements in the work.

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2. Arden Scott

Arden Scott, Salt Marsh East, 2001, Engraving, 22 x 30 inches
, unframed

Arden Scott is a sculptor who lives and works in Greenport, Long Island, NY. She shows extensively in the US and abroad. As a guest artist at Bob Blackburn’s printmaking workshop, she was seduced by etching as a creative form complementing the sculpture. She has received numerous grants and awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, NY Foundation of the Arts, and most recently, a Pollock – Krasner Foundation Fellowship.

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3. John King

John King, You Go First, 2006, Softground & Spit-bite, 25 x 20 inches, unframed

,John McDevitt King’s art can be defined by surrealistic images created in undertones and scrupulously built into many layers of abstraction suspended between dream and reality, and he has been working on them intuitively and consistently for more than 30 years. Not long after graduated from Hunter College’s Graduate Painting Program, he won several prestigious awards including a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant.

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4. Richard Giglio

Richard Giglio, Landscape #17, 2010, Monotype, 30 x 22 inches, unframed

Richard Giglio was raised in New Rochelle, New York, and graduated from Pratt Institute. In his early years as a young artist living in Manhattan, he worked as assistant to Gene Moore, Display Director of Tiffany & Co. and Bonwit Teller. Giglio also spent many years covering the couture collections in Paris, London and Milan, contributing his fashion illustrations to Glamour, Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, Harpers-Queen, and The New York Times.

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