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BES 10

bes 10
"BES 10" from the Black Eyed Susans project.

Springtime

Springtime
"Springtime" from the Camera Morte project.

Red Clouds

Red clouds with flowers
"Red Clouds" from the Nuclear Life series.

Vert Moon

vert moon
"Vert Moon" from the Many Moons series.

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About Juliette

Baltimore County

Juliette Goodwin's picture
Juliette Goodwin documents the always-changing sky and earth, sharing her experience mostly in paintings and photographs. Ms. Goodwin’s work has been included in exhibits around Baltimore–on a digital billboard across the street from Penn Station on North Charles Street with TheLightEkphrastic, at the Microcinefest Film Festival, the Transmodern Festival, the 14-Karat Cabaret, the Red Room, the Charles Theater, Maryland Art Place, Shinola Gallery, H. Lewis Gallery, 834 Gallery on the Avenue, Talon... more

Many Moons

My motivation to interact with the moon is no different than anyone else’s – this glowy, ever-present orb floating in our night sky holds us all, conscious and unconscious. Human rituals surround cyclical lunar appearances and I have created my own ritual in hopes of capturing this unearthly light. It’s difficult to secure in a straight photo, so I make my camera dance -- grabbing a squiggle, a cursive letter or two, or a shape. Iridescent lunar ink burns into the velvety black indigo of a memory card. I think it looks like moonlight.

100 Black Eyed Susans

The Black Eyed Susans project is a series of paintings and drawings devoted to the early, middle and final life stages of the flower. All parts of the cycle are certainly worth documenting, but the final month of a Black Eyed Susan, when the petals change from lemon and Naples yellow, to ochre, then darken to sienna and even deep violet is especially saturated and worthy.

Oral Pathology

Unfortunate dental health forced me to focus more than usual on what was going on beneath the surface of my gums for a few years.

The ten images displayed here are inspired by photos/microscopic slides in an old U.S. Navy primer titled "Oral Pathology" I found at a thrift store. All images are painted on canvases 5 x 5 inches, in oil. The paintings shown here are ten of a total of twenty, originally displayed in a grid in the 19th Critic's Residency Exhibit at Maryland Art Place.

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