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Joe PearceJoe Pearce Fine Artist and Writer Joe Pearce Art
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Award winning fine artist and writer Joe Pearce was born in Albuquerque, NM, and raised in Indianapolis, IN. He holds a B.S. degree in Secondary Education, Social Studies from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and has studied at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and with private art instructors.
Joe is a long time resident of downtown Cincinnati, OH, and enjoys spending his time in the revitalized Over-the-Rhine arts district in Cincinnati where he has an art studio at the Pendleton Art Center. Follow Joe at http://www.JoePearceArt.com, Joe Pearce Art on Facebook, and @joe.e.pearce on Instagram.
As an artist, Joe Pearce focuses on Expressionism, Symbolism, and Outsider Art. Using his spiritual and emotional instincts, he paints what he feels more than what he sees. His paintings are intuitive, speaking about what might be rather than what is. He does realize, however, that people relate to physical images that they know. Therefore, fairly representational images appear in his paintings on a regular basis.
When painting, Joe enjoys working in layers. He enjoys achieving diversity through the use of soft and hard edges, thick and thin paint, complementary colors, contrasts, glazing and dry brushing. At the end of the day, he is a colorist.
Joe’s mission is to share beauty, depth, meaning, and happiness with those who get to know his pieces of art.
Joe also writes and has published an autobiography, “The Art of my Life”.