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Arizona Artforms: Trude Parkinson

  • Aired: 01/02/2011
  • 03:34
  • Rating: NR
Trude Parkinson is a visual artist whose primary medium is painting. Her double-sided paintings in oil and collage have been widely exhibited and acclaimed in the United States and have also been shown internationally. In her work, she seeks to provide an encounter with the ineffable by addressing issues of memory, meaning, and the paths we travel.
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Internationally showcased, Trude Parkinson creates collages of paint and ash.
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