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Jill Caporlingua
Highland Park, NJ
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Acrylic on Canvas
18" x 24"
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Jill Caporlingua’s work is an exploration: science, technology, the mysteries of the human body, and within these common themes, an overall quest to look for a deeper understanding of the world around us.

“The past few years I’ve specifically concentrated on microscopic images of brain cells and how similar they are to views of outer space. The inner and outer landscapes are often strikingly similar. Most of my work is in acrylic and oils and utilizes a bold color palette.”

Jill has sold over 1,000 tiny “cell” paintings at various locations around the country, such as the Smithsonian Institute and The Whitney Museum through www.artomat.org.

In 2006, she founded Gallery Chaos Art Studio in Highland Park, NJ, teaching painting and drawing classes.

Her work has been exhibited and sold at venues in the U.S. and abroad, as well as being featured in numerous publications.

Jill Caporlingua is currently a part of this group exhibit Jill Caporlingua is currently part of the following group exhibit along with Lisa Gordon Cameron, Sharon Sayegh, and Katja Valeur.

 

Human/Landscape
Artworks Trenton

January 27 - February 24
Opening Reception: January 27, 7-9pm
Artist Talk: February 24, 1-2pm

 

Human/Landscape is a collection by four artists who share an interest in the natural world and an impulse toward personal narratives. Broadly, each artist uses the body/self as the vantage point for contemplating our relationship to the world. The four women met in 2007 as founding members of the Highland Park Artists Collective and have evolved an ongoing dialog ever since.

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