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Karen Koch relies on her love of nature and memories of days gone by for inspiration for her artwork. Her recent work explores memories, especially distant memories: the feelings they evoke and the impressions they make as they come into focus. The results are colorful abstract paintings and collages that invite the viewer to form their own interpretations of the work.
Karen has been painting and drawing for as long as she can remember. She majored in Studio Art and English Literature at Denison University.
After graduating, she worked at art galleries and continued painting for several years. When she eventually took a job in another field, she stopped painting for more than a decade.
In 2005, she began painting again with a focus on painting with acrylics, inks, and watercolor, along with elements of collage and stitching.
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