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Danielle Klebes is an artist who lives and works in Harrisburg, PA. Her work is primarily figurative and created using oil on canvas.
Danielle explains her work by saying, “Change is persistent but can be almost imperceptible in mundane, anti-climactic moments. Time is usually discerned through change, so these uneventful moments transcend time with their insignificance. Units of time have set definitions, but, in reality, blocks of time hold very different weights depending on what transpires. Moments of uneventfulness become filler time, unnecessary to include in the story, but still how we spend the majority of our lives. Painting mundane scenes is an attempt to document unnoticed time.”
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