Born in Chile & now living in the U.S.A., Joan Belmar explores the use of painting & collage, & in some works uses symbols from maps to compose a social & political message. See Blogroll for a link.

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Corona. (From ONCE series) 32″ x 30″: acrylic,ink, mylar, wood and vinyl on plywood. 2013 /

Talking wood #2

Talking Wood #2, 2011: Acrylic, ink, Mylar wood on plywood /

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The Chicago (From ONCE series) 32″ x 30″: acrylic,ink, mylar,wood and vinyl on plywood. 2013 /

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Becoming Water 2012: Mixed media /

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Bateaux on Papier, 2011: Mixed media on paper /
m/m on paper

Types #1,2,3 & Volare #1, 2, 3: Acrylic, ink, mylar, wood and vinyl on plywood. 30″ x 30″ each /

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From the Tierra Del Fuego Series. 2012 /

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CHORDS: Long Play, 2013: Acrylic, oil, gouache and ink on canvas /

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CHORDS Small Paper #3 /

Chords 3D #1

CHORDS  3d, 2014:  mixed media on plywood /

Becoming Orange #2

Becoming Orange #2: Acrylic, ink, Mylar on plywood /

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Chords #1 Crossing the Andes 72, 2004: Acrylic, ink, oil & gouache on canvas

CHORDS #4 Sepia

CHORDS: Sepia, 2014: Acrylic, oil, gouache and ink on canvas /

Trance Lucid 3D #4

Trance Lucid 3D #4, 2013: Acrylic, ink, gouache, vinyl on plywood /

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Trance Lucid #10, 2016: Acrylic, ink, Mylar, wood on plywood /

from the Trance Lucid series: ‘During the last few years, I have been working with translucent materials to create pieces that react to light. Separately, I have been wanting to explore how an object’s individual qualities change when it becomes part of a group, transforming it into something very different. For this exhibition, I will combine these two interests. I will create an organic installation that seeks to exploit the particular properties of frosted cups.  I have been drawn to their capacity to both absorb and redirect light.’ Text taken from Joan Belar’s site.

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