"My interest lies in finding the beauty in ordinary scenes and objects. I use paint to show how all objects have an equal beauty and it is up to me to discover it. Through paint, I show the viewer what inspires me. I am not interested in traditionally pretty or decorative scenes. Perhaps I find a collection of mundane or discarded items, machinery, old buildings or structures that are without the traditional interest defined by their architecture or decoration. If the “scene” finds light, shadow, color, edge and shape, I am tossed into the desire to paint. It feels simple and visceral. The spiritual connection I make is not with the objects themselves, but more to do with the information they feed me about surface, temperature, form and hue." —Emily Osman Passman
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New England scenes, oil on canvas