VELATURA: An Exhibition and a New Art Collection

The term velatura reflects my painting process, which consists of the fabrication, subtle layers upon layers of color, of dreamlike, and sometimes playful, realities.

My paintings are trees and nature scenes created as a response to those places that deeply resonate with me.

Although several paintings are copies from life; I adore creating art based from the real world yet vividly transformed by my infatuation for soothing colors like purples, greens, and blues.

I truly enjoy creating paintings that reflect my admiration for nature's creative force. With each brushstroke, I feel a connection with its whimsical energy.

~ This April is going to be a special month. ~

30 acrylic and oil paintings and sketches will be on view for Velatura: Creating Trees and Places with Subtle Layers of Purples, Greens, and Blues from April 1st to May 31st, 2017.

The opening reception will be held

on Tuesday, April 4, 2017

from 5:30pm to 7:30pm

at SUNY Empire State College

6333 Rte 298, 3rd floor

East Syracuse, NY (315-472-570)

Also, a new painting collection will be unveiled at Natur-Tyme, 3160 Erie Blvd. East, in DeWitt, NY, on April 1st! Here is a sneak peek preview:

I hope to see you at the opening reception. Come over and say hi, enjoy the refreshments, and celebrate with me five years of creativity, which is continually encouraged thanks to all of your amazing support.