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Arts in Milwaukee

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  • “Blues of Forest”Blues of Forest

    11" x 14" oil on canvas board 2013

  • “Rainbow Fields”Rainbow Fields

    12" x 24" acrylic on panel 2013

  • “Forest Path”Forest Path

    24" x 18 oil on canvas 2012

  • “Morning at the Lake”Morning at the Lake

    18" x 22" oil on canvas 2012

  • “The Tree”The Tree

    20" x 16" oil on canvas panel 2012

  • “Approaching Storm”Approaching Storm

    9" x 12" oil on panel 2012

  • “Chromascape - Humboldt Park at Sunset”Chromascape - Humboldt Park at Sunset

    30" x 32" oil on canvas 2011

  • “Chromascape 92”Chromascape 92

    10" x 10" oil on canvas 2011

  • “Chromascape 91”Chromascape 91

    9" x 10" oil on panel 2011

  • “Chromascape 67”Chromascape 67

    7" x 9" oil on panel 2011

  • “Chromascape- Late Afternoon Shadows”Chromascape- Late Afternoon Shadows

    12" x 24" oil on panel 2011

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Beki Borman was born and raised in the Milwaukee area of Wisconsin. She attended the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design where she received her BFA in painting in 2004. Since graduating, Beki has exhibited both locally and nationally. Beki paints landscapes in oil using a palette knife. Some of Beki's influences include Vincent Van Gogh and Barnett Newman. She currently works out of her studio at the Bay View Hide House. Beki's work can be found at the Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor and at the Dooryard Gallery in Elm Grove.

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My Chromascape series takes many different forms. In oil, acrylic, pastel, and watercolor I observe and interpret patterns and colors in landscape. This process is as much an investigation of design as it is landscape. In my oil Chromascapes, I use a palette knife exclusively to create planes of thick creamy paint. With a heightened palette I draw out an interpretation of landscape that focuses primarily on creating an experience of color.