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Heidi Paschkewitz

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Heidi Paschkewitz
Waukesha, WI 53186
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Heidi graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art in 2010 from Carroll University in Waukesha, WI.  She specialized in painting and drawing and also studied illustration, visual communication and digital design.  As an artist, she is primarily a painter and illustrator, but also loves to draw using a variety of materials including pastel, colored pencil and pen. She is a member and past vice-chair of the SE chapter of Wisconsin Visual Artists and of the Milwaukee Artist Resource Network (MARN).  As a digital designer, her favorite projects are WordPress websites and stationery for print.

Heidi grew up in the Lake Country area of Wisconsin and currently resides in Waukesha.  When she's not making art or designing, she likes to spend time with her son, a precocious and active 3-year-old who keeps her on her toes. She is a member of the Order of the Eastern Star.  She loves to write, read, research, play piano, cook, watch documentaries, listen to music, garden, and play word, strategy, and card games.  You'll know you have the right person if you see an ample, slightly wind-blown looking woman wearing all black (or maybe gray) with a very large cup of coffee in hand.

artist statement

Heidi's narrative and illustrative painting style uses a personal, symbolic visual language to convey complex emotion, endless wandering thought and big life questions, putting images to verbally inexpressible inner states and experiences and working through these unresolved questions in the process.  It is the intersection of her interest in psychology, development of a life philosophy and spirituality as she experiences it.  Heidi favors using large forms, geometry, and a Modernist color palette with her introspective practice, and conveys mood and atmosphere in a subtly surrealistic way.