Sage Tucker-Ketcham

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Square Red Barn with Two Mountains Blue Barn and Yellow Barn with Two Mountains Two Red Barns with Three Mountains Red Barn with Two Trees and Two Mountains Red Barn with Two Mountains
Two Red Barns withTwo Mountains Red Barn with Two Trees and Two Mountains Red Barn, Bush and Pond Red Barn on Lake with Two Hills Red House, Blue Barn
Green Barn on Hill Red Barn and Yellow House with Mountains Red House, Yellow Barn with Three Mountains House on Cliff with Clouds and Mountains
Barn with reflection in pond House on Valley with Clouds and Mountains Orange and Red Barn with tree Barn with three trees and Two Mountains  Orange and Red Barn with Three Trees
Red Barn with Tree and Orange Field Two Blue Houses with Green Field and Pink Mountain House with Tree and Clounds Two Blue Sheds with Ghree Pink Hedges Pink and Red Shed with Green and Pink Field
Blue Barn with Orange Yellow House and Two Mountains Blue Green House with Three Trees and Two Orange Bushes ed & White House with Pink Shed and Mountains Red Barn with Four Trees, Orange and Green Field Red Barn with Colored Field
Barn with Eight Hedges and Two Mountains Blue Barn with Hedges and Two Mountains Green Barn with 10 Hedges Barn with Widow Peak Big Red Barn with Window and Mountain
Blue Barn on Pond Blue Barn, Green Barn and Red Barn Four Houses and Interiors Barn wiht Small and Large Windows

Burlington, Vermont

In Tucker-Ketcham's paintings, rolling hills, barns, houses, clouds, trees, and even lakes become their own individual parts and pieces in her almost abstract compostitions. These parts reflect her relational studies of color theory.

Sage says that she builds a mental "bank of images and color palettes" to use in her colorful and playful paintings.

We feature Tucker-Ketcham's new series "places and landscapes" -small paintings of spare, almost abstracted houses with stark minimalist backgrounds.

Artist's Statement:

My works are small, intimate and tangible oil paintings. They're focused on using color and light to create balance, but also blur the line between observation and abstraction of nature.