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2016-2017 Four Seasons Art

The 2016-2017 series explores edges, and how the expressive force of a painting changes when the boundary between its subject and its medium shifts. Some paintings straddle the line between abstraction and representation, while others explore the edges between the unmarked paper and painted figure. 

-Michiko Theurer

Four Seasons paintings are $800/each and are available for purchase beginning February 1, 2017 on a first-come, first-served basis. To purchase a painting or set up a viewing, contact Four Seasons at fourseasons@ecu.edu or 252-328-6019. 

Aubade

Aubade

Causeway

Causeway

Whalebones II

Whalebones II

Rhoda's Basin

Rhoda's Basin

Flight

Flight

Sea Spray

Sea Spray

Wind Shrouds

Wind Shrouds

Whalebones

Whalebones

Morning Colors

Morning Colors

Theurer
Michiko Theurer

A former violin student of Ara Gregorian, Michiko Theurer has been the artistic partner for Four Seasons for the past nine years. She is active as a violinist, painter, and musicologist, and has performed programs combining her paintings and music in galleries throughout the US and England. Her recording of Toru Takemitsu’s Rocking Mirror Daybreak for violin duo is released on Navona Records together with ARCHITECT, a multimedia opera for which she created paintings and video. Musical awards include first place in the 2011 Paul Rolland Memorial Violin Competition and the 2013 Internationale Sommerakademie prize for outstanding interpretation of a work from the 21st century. Her research on Beethoven’s sketches for his string quartet Opus 132 has been published in the Journal of Musicological Research. Ms. Theurer holds a Master’s degree from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.

Visit more paintings at michikotheurer.com