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ELIZABETH MAYVILLE

"All of my work has something to do with the idea of 'home' and the temporary comfort that it provides. Though not a self-portrait, Top Knot 1 reflects the persistent quiet I experience as a person who spends most of her time alone working in a home studio. A familiar house and the objects within can have both a calming effect and, if enough time is spent there, a thick, all-encompassing serenity. The everywoman depicted in Top Knot 1 is definitely in a motionless space brimming with silence." - Elizabeth Mayville

ELIZABETH MAYVILLE

Elizabeth Mayville earned her BFA in 2006 and has been painting and working in Grand Rapids, Michigan ever since. All of her work has something to do with the idea of "home". She's fascinated by the small bits of our world that stabilize us and can quickly disappear. Whether it be a still life of very personal items or a local landscape, each painting has a quality that makes the artist feel both comforted and anxious.

TOP KNOT 1

by ELIZABETH MAYVILLE

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ELIZABETH MAYVILLE

"All of my work has something to do with the idea of 'home' and the temporary comfort that it provides. Though not a self-portrait, Top Knot 1 reflects the persistent quiet I experience as a person who spends most of her time alone working in a home studio. A familiar house and the objects within can have both a calming effect and, if enough time is spent there, a thick, all-encompassing serenity. The everywoman depicted in Top Knot 1 is definitely in a motionless space brimming with silence." - Elizabeth Mayville

ELIZABETH MAYVILLE

Elizabeth Mayville earned her BFA in 2006 and has been painting and working in Grand Rapids, Michigan ever since. All of her work has something to do with the idea of "home". She's fascinated by the small bits of our world that stabilize us and can quickly disappear. Whether it be a still life of very personal items or a local landscape, each painting has a quality that makes the artist feel both comforted and anxious.

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