Wikipedia entry
Introduction
April Gornik (born 1953, Cleveland, Ohio) is an American artist who paints American landscapes. Her realist yet dreamlike paintings and drawings embody oppositions and speak to America's historically conflicted relationship with nature. While she doesn't categorize herself as an environmental artist, she is a passionate supporter of environmental causes and has said, "I have no problem with people reading an ecological message into my work."
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Q4782029
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Introduction
Gornik takes the subject matter and style of the American Luminists, but adds strange weather conditions such as cloudbursts and waterspouts.
Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Painter
Name
April Gornik
Ulan
500118770
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Works

4 works online

Exhibition

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