This painting is titled "Dinner at the Met." My paintings are narratives in which the viewer is invited to watch a scene closely and wonder. The scene has stopped in time allowing the viewer to observe.
Jeanne Beck's luminous, sculptural works for the wall are constructed from industrial material, papers and found or invented texts. Jeanne applies metallic leaf and then distresses, paints and screen prints them.
Abstractions of travels, both physical and emotional. They may allude to sunflower fields in France, the Italian countryside, NYC's Central Park or, Morocco, but they all reflect feelings for the places visited.
My paintings reflect childhood, dreams, and flights of fancy, bringing past, present and future together in one expansive, dream-like space. They’re Serious, yet full of joy. Using oil on canvas and paper.
In the early stage of a painting, Mark Pol draws his thoughts and dreams with a pencil and then continues his vision with a basis of oil - or acryl paint on canvas. The expression of Mark Pol are often too much for the two di