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“War and Peace and the Height in Between,” Rose Marie Prins’ Exhibition Opens in Palm Harbor

Posted by rosemarieprins on  March 27, 2012

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The artist’s reception for an exhibition of work by Rose Marie Prins entitled “War and Peace and The Height in Between” will be held on Friday, April 13, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Eckerd College’s Palm Harbor Center, 1150 County Road 1 (at Curlew Road), Florida 34683. The event will feature a reading of a poem A War Far and Near, written for Prins by American poet Timothy Houghton, whose fifth book, The Height

“War and Peace and the Height in Between” travels to Eckerd College, Palm Harbor

Posted by rosemarieprins on  March 25, 2012

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Art Taco’s Review of “War and Peace and the Height in Between.”

Posted by rosemarieprins on  February 17, 2012

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Rose Marie Prins is one of those artists that can work with a variety of materials, in painting, sculpture, book-making and do so in diverse ways, though all of it has her distinctive signature. She has been reviewed here before: [Link], [Link], [Link]. Her current show is in the lobby of the Catherine Hickman Theater in Gulfport. Ms Prins reading from her art book. The mixed media work, which includes painting, drawing, and sculpture is inspired

Opening of War and Peace and the Height in Between

Posted by rosemarieprins on  February 4, 2012

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My Artists Statement

Posted by rosemarieprins on  January 21, 2012

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Artist’s Statement for War and Peace and The Height in Between My involvement is with the tactile, sensuous aspects of materials that are often nontraditional. The source of my inspiration is a reaction that occurs when compounds are mixed; or the changes that take place over time. The work becomes akin to a relic that bears the imprint of time. Each piece is a documentation of my surrender to its daemon or spirit. As I