Edward creates a quiet beauty of a simple scene with fresh eyes giving the viewer an idea of what he felt as he watched the light flooding through the windows and the shadows and colors cast by objects in the interiors. Because of the precision and incredible detail contained in each of Edward's paintings, he is able to produce only 4 to 6 images per year. He is a consummate draftsman with a keen eye depicting his subject matters. His solitude evokes all of one's senses: the smell and sounds of the ocean, the touch of objects, with doors and windows opening to never-ending opportunities.
"My goal is to make paintings so realistic, that viewers are drawn into the imaginary space and share in the peaceful feeling that I try and incorporate into each work. I relish the subtleties of light reflection combined with architectural details that falls somewhere between realism and surrealism. There is something mystical yet serene in the quiet light found in interior spaces presented in harmony with the luminescent effect in the sky." "Music Room"
David Lorenz Winston
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Mark H. Brown
Mark's art provides an opportunity to enjoy the often unnoticed beauty of God's creation, whether in the glimmer of a lighted candle, reflections in silver, or the glow of the setting sun. Through the years he studied the paintings of the masters through books and visits to museums and held a continual fascination for the realism of the Dutch masters. While enjoying a wide spectrum of styles and subject matter, Mark found his temperament and passion took him in the direction of classical realism. In the pursuit of that goal, he furthered his studies at the
Steve’s art is the epitome of “Photorealism”. His early paintings were mostly of landscapes, which were influenced by the works of Andrew Wyeth. Photorealism really became his interest through the work of Richard Estes after seeing a show in Boston, MA. Since then he has pursued this passion, having studied, met and even displayed with some of the great masters of photorealism. Today his interests are somewhat varied though his main focus is on the “extraordinarily-ordinary”, taking your eye to a place that most would need a magnifying glass to get the same perspective. Getting in so tight as to see the stressed metal in a bottle cap or the texture of newspaper is when Steve is at his finest. "Seltzer Blues"
Master gardener and print artist, John Poignand presents select prints from his extensive collection of perennial flowers and botanicals grown in his very own Chatham, MA gardens. Poignand's lush "portraits" are limited edition giclees, digitally produced to reveal an intimate view of each flower's beauty. Born in Yorkshire, England where his passion was inspired, John retired from the international business community and now enjoys Chatham full-time, tending to his gardens and creating such astonishing images. "Hydrangeas"
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