Dee Schricker

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Above: Quad Cities Bridge, oil on canvas, 72 x 48″

Dee Schricker is an Iowa native living in Blue Grass. Schricker works in a variety of mediums including paint, clay, and fabric. The Quad Cities Bridge aims to capture the “ominous beauty” of the bridge. Her work is abstracted and surreal, giving free rein to the viewer’s imagination. Her mixed media creations interact with bold and exciting results. Her work is for sale at the Boho Fine Arts Gallery here in Davenport, just a couple blocks away from The Current Iowa!

Dee has more work available online on her website. Follow the link below!

Fun Fact: The present I-74 Bridge is in the works to be replaced. The new I-74 Bridge is the largest public works project in Iowa. The I-74 is an important crossing area is one of the highest traffic locations in the Quad Cities Metro area; carrying 77,000 vehicles per day.

Author: thecurrentiowablog

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