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KAREN CAPPOTTO

Oceanside

21 x 25
$2,000.
Oil on panel
Bridge V

43 x 49
$4,000.
Oil on panel
Bridge IV

20 x 20
$1,800.
Oil, graphite, paper/canvas
Bridge VI

20 x 20
$1,600.
Oil
Solstice

40 x 30
$3,200.
Oil on canvas
Summer Hill

24 x 30
$2,600.
Oil on panel
Still Life II

17 x 15
Sold
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Still Life III

15 x 14
$850.
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Thursday Child II

8 x 10
$850.
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Thursday Child III

8 x 10
$850.
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Thursday Child IV

8 x 10
$850.
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Thursday Child X

8 x 10
$850.
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Thursday Child XII

8 x 10
$850.
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Thursday Child XIII

8 x 10
$850.
Vintage paper, collage, graphite
Artists Bio

Originally from Syracuse, Karin Cappotto has been a summer resident of Provincetown since 1988. Cappotto studied at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Ma., Boston College, and Oxford University. Her work is in various public and private collections and she has received multiple awards and prizes for her mixed media constructions. Recently she was awarded joint first prize in the 2010 international Picture Works Competition in Ireland.  In March 2011 she was included in a three-person exhibition at the Provincetown Art Association & Museum titled, 
'Beyond Surface'.
 
Karen
creates both collages and oil paintings using a variety of materials. Her collages are thoughtfully composed and often seen on vintage paper that has been layered with paint, graphite and ink. A combination of
line and soft, torn edges make Karen's work dynamic. Her paintings on wood panel and canvas are felt things, often revealing their meaning to her after she has finished. The subject matter reflects the resonance and consideration of place, memory and the history of her found collage materials.

Artists Statement