The Art of Mary Ellen Mueller and Amy Soczka: Solo
April 24, 2020 - May 31, 2020
Mary Ellen Mueller creates oil paintings, monoprints and hand colored etchings. She also welcomes commissions of architectural renderings. Her work is collected nationally and internationally. She even self published an alphabet book titled “A is for Amaryllis” with her son, Daniel. It incorporates the alphabet using the illuminated letter fashioned after a 1500’s children’s alphabet and teamed with flowers that begin with that letter and their meaning.
Amy Soczka (aka Amy Duffey) is best known for her large-scale paintings of densely-grown landscapes of not-quite real flowers and foliage. The compositions are most often bright and deeply saturated, with a palette inspired by nature and a good dose of neon highlights reminiscent of an 80’s childhood. Amy lives and works in Cedarburg, Wisconsin with her husband and two daughters, and has dedicated her life to the work of creating contrasting beauty in a constantly evolving environment. She is inspired visually by patterns in nature and architecture, estate sales and what people collect and leave behind, a childhood love for Lisa Frank and Gustav Klimt simultaneously, and daydreamy people-watching habits.
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