Renée Kilburn
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  • Weston super Mare
  • United Kingdom
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Painter, Photographer, Sculptor
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All the time
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Most of my work is put together like a painted collage. I choose images that do not sit together in reality. The earlier work I painted from pictures to rediscover painting again after 15 years of not doing so.
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At 9:41am on February 1, 2010, Miguel Anselmo said…
Hi Dear Renée :)) Spanish is not also very good, but my Portuguese is perfect.... rsrsrs :))

“A Book About Death” is a collaborative project conceived by american artist Matthew Rose for the Emily Harvey Foundation in New York City, where the original exhibition took place from September 10 – 22, 2009. Approximately 500 artists contributed 500 artworks in the form of post cards of varying sizes each created from works made especially to create an unbound book about death.

The exhibition paid special homenage to Ray Johnson (1927-1995), a highly influential figure in contemporary American art, a formidable collage artist and long acknowledged as the “Father of Mail Art” with his creation of a network, The New York Correspondence School. The exhibition also paid homage and celebrated the life of Emily Harvey (1941-2004), the late art dealer who tirelessly promoted Fluxus artist and whose Foundation generously supported the project.
The exhibition opened with a packed house, and a line snaking up Broadway more than 500 people long waiting to get in the doors to make
their own book. Since then, the exhibition has traveled to the Otis College of Art and Design in LA, The River Mill Art Gallery in New Jersey, The Mobius Gallery in Boston, MA, The Queens Museum in Queens, NY, The Sexta Literary Arts Festival in Tijuana in Mexico, as well as smaller galleries and schools in Louisiana, Wisconsin and Long Island. Complete sets of “A Book About Death have entered into the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (Library), and the LA County Museum of Art Research Library.

Miguel Anselmo
At 1:38am on June 18, 2009, Full Klip said…
Full Klip showing some love & networking
At 7:41am on January 12, 2009, Sacha said…
Hey, thanks for being my friend.....I really enjoyed seeing your work!!!
besos, SACHA
At 2:49am on November 29, 2008, josh heilaman said…
thanks for checking out my store. i'm not sure why it appeared that way when you viewed it...... here are some direct links:
main store:
painting store:
illustration store:

hopefully, that works!
let me know
At 8:46am on November 28, 2008, Gigi Bio said…
Morning Renee... Thank you, that means a lot! It is an inspiring feeling to know that I was able to make you feel, see normality in the world as extreme objects of beauty. Please keep on going with your art too - I see that you have an impressionist - Seurat feel, with an hidden truths - I like that.
At 9:37am on November 25, 2008, Miguel Anselmo said…
Hello Renée

I am happy that my work pleased... it is well coming among my friends for here, hugs


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