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Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis

Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis

About Artist

Basic Information

  • Gender

    Female
  • Artist Statement

    Maggie Mae Molisee climbed from the primordial ooze in 1969, where she entered this plane of existence in a place known as Vineland, NJ. From there she experienced the transcendent media known as fine art. Inspired by her eccentrically imaginative life-bearers and two creative instructors in particular, she absorbed and developed the use of acrylics, pencils, mixed media and other various artistic mediums. Due to the eclectic nature of both her subject matter and style, which range from still life to still death and from abstract to chaotic realism, her pieces have been described as dark, macabre, surreal, beautiful and inspirational. Maggie now labors and dwells in Shreveport, LA.
  • Resume

    I have painted and worked in other various mediums my whole life. I have only recently gone public with my art - participating in venues such as the Texas Avenue Makers Fair, the Zombie Walk, the Downtown Artwalk and others. I recently submitted a piece to the InGraved exhibit at Art Space making it my first publicly exhibited piece since high school.

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    "The White Rabbit"

    The white rabbit has been trying to teach me how to surrender
    the pressures of what is en masse considered reality.
    In fact,...

  • Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis shared 7 photos in the Acrylic Paintings album
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    Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis "The White Rabbit"

    The white rabbit has been trying to teach me how to surrender
    the pressures of what is en masse considered reality.
    In fact, there are many alternate realities
    and such ideas as facts do not exist.
    Each of us are unique unto ourselves
    and not one other can possibly know another’s mind
    and what may hold to be truth to you
    may only be a figment of my imagination.
    Who is to say what is real or not?
    Am I to blindly believe the word of another human being
    who may or may not be as deranged as I?
    Who am I to judge and by what parameter
    can we measure ourselves or each other?
    Who is to say what is normal?
    What if the vast majority is wrong?

    –Ophelia 2005
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    These are multi-media pieces that I make because I love the texture and the effect of making something that is 3D. I use tissue paper, sand,...
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  • Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis shared 10 photos in the Acrylic Paintings album
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  • Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis shared 3 photos in the Multi-Media album
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    These are multi-media pieces that I make because I love the texture and the effect of making something that is 3D. I use tissue paper, sand,...
  • Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis shared a photo.
    6 months ago

    These are multi-media pieces that I make because I love the texture and the effect of making something that is 3D. I use tissue paper, sand,...
  • Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis shared 9 photos in the Acrylic Paintings album
    6 months ago

  • Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis shared 7 photos in the Acrylic Paintings album
    6 months ago

  • Maggie Mae Molisee-Vedis shared 4 photos in the Acrylic Paintings album
    6 months ago