I am fascinated by light, and how it can reveal a subject in a powerful and mysterious way. The play of sunlight and shadow create dramatic settings for these compositions.
“Foscarini Café” on the Grand Canal, with its umbrellas casting shadows on the figures, provides an intimate oasis from the intense sunlight of Venice.
In “Inner light”, a sunlit studio with its complexity of light patterns becomes a metaphor for “living in the light” as does the window sunlight in “Anna at the Window”. “Shadow Walk”, portrays lovers walking on the edge of the bell tower’s diagonal shadow. In “Saint Mark’s Square”, sunlight is painted in layers of yellow glazing and a multitude of figures in bright Venetian light, become a metaphor for
- National Watercolor Society 89th National Juried exhibition
Saint Mark’s Square.
- Honor Award. Aqeous Open.
- Pittsburgh Watercolor Society International Juried Exhibition
- Pennsylvania Watercolor Society International Juried Exhibition