Eastern U.S. Paintings

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In his landmark book “A Sense of Place: The Artist and the American Land,” Alan Gussow considered the crucial role artists play in helping us appreciate the world. These individual, he wrote, “are blessed with the unique ability to make their places visible, and [are] able, thus, to share with those of us who have not been there what they have learned from their encounters with the land.”
Joellyn Duesberry is blessed with an ability to make place visible–and memorable–and she has generously shared her encounters with the landscape wherever she has found herself. She has also been committed to specific geographies, returning year after year to record her impressions, and renew and refresh the ties that bind the eye and the heart.

Carl Little, 2011

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