This month at Artists' Gallery, I'm teaming up with Alex McKibbin for our 2-man show "Luminous Landscapes". This will be my biggest show for the year and I hope you can stop by to see it.
I'll be showing a body of work with a strong sky theme again, although quite different than my show here last year. It'll be a mix of new work and some early pieces with about 15 paintings on display. Here are a couple of them:
Alex McKibbin is one of Artists' Gallery's newest members so you may not have seen his work yet. Alex paints large scale watercolors in a loose and expressive style - quite different from my own style of oil painting, and I think our work compliments each other nicely.
Alex has been painting professionally for 58 years and has taught art history, painting and drawing here in the U.S. as well as in Greece and Mexico. His work can be found in 31 public collections and in over 67 corporate collections.
"Luminous Landscapes" runs October 8 through November 1, 2015 with an opening reception on Saturday, October 10, 5-8 pm at:
18 Bridge Street
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Gallery hours: Thursday through Sunday 11am-6pm
I hope you can join us!