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Stephen Paré


Oak Ridge, United States

8 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Stephen Paré

The Clownesse Boula Os

2021

80 x 60cm

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Superererotica

2021

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Mona Lisa

2021

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Intimate Immensity #121

2021

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Gelatea

2021

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Anthropos I

2021

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He Walked Into the Tatters of Flame

2021

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Angelus

2021

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Stephen is the son of a nuclear physicist and a learningdisabilities teacher. He grew up in East Tennessee hill country in a town called Oak Ridge, whose original purpose was to develop technologies.

He went to school with children from families of scientists or of coal-miners. He spent some years traveling the United States as a performing musician; he has also worked as a composer, an actor, a writer, a massage therapist, and a teacher of kinesiology, pathology, photography, and dance.

Artistic approach:

Stephen’s ‘digital paintings’ use captured and appropriated images that are processed (re-formed, re-lit, re-surfaced) with automated applications and other digital means, altered and augmented with virtual brushes, then blended with other digital images that have undergone similar treatments. The images that result may be processed further.

These are then printed on a variety of substrates, including wood, canvas, and aluminum; once printed, marks using brushes or pens with acrylics or inks may be added.

Some images are accompanied by stories, written by the artist; and even for those works that have only a title, the title is an integral part of the work. His images, and especially their titles or stories, are meant to create dialogues with history, literature, anthropology, myth, and other cultural phenomena.