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Aug 19, 2015
Jill Soukup Featured in Southwest Art Magazine

Jill Soukup | Creative Adventures  by Gussie Fauntleroy, Southwest Art Magazine


Painter Jill Soukup is featured in the September 2015 issue of Southwest Art Magazine.

Soukup cross-pollinates her own work by taking an element commonly associated with one type of subject and employing it in a subject from the opposite side of the organic/mechanical divide. It’s a way of playing with the tension between simplicity and complexity. “With an architectural image, I’ll find simplicity by zeroing in on smaller, finer portions of a building. Or I’ll take the complexity of architecture and apply it to a horse painting,” she explains. An example is her paintings featuring several horses running, their multiple moving legs creating negative and positive spaces that are as angular and intricate as the zigzagging staircase of a building’s fire escape. Read More
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Jill Soukup - Bull Call 18x24

Jill Soukup, “Bull Call”, oil on panel, 18″ x 24″


Jill Soukup - Blues Shuffle 21.5x30

Jill Soukup, “Blues Shuffle”, oil on panel, 21.5″ x 30″


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