The famous Matisse once had a patron come to buy a painting in his studio. His patron watched while Matisse painted the painting
he was going to buy. Matisse took a long brush and painted a beautiful outline drawing of a woman and worked on the painting for an hour
or so. “Finished,” Matisse told his patron. The patron looked at the piece saying,” Am I paying all of this money for an hour of your time?”
“No, “Matisse said. ” You are paying for the life time it took to get to this point of my painting.” The patron left satisfied.
One never knows what the artist goes through to become the best artists he can be.
Newport Art Museum & Art Association, for a group show in 2012. The brush strokes are very wild and bold. There are four layers of underpainting giving many small surprises of unusual color within the painting. For more detailed pics. Please email me email@example.com. Shipping free.
What happens to the mountains in the fall? Whole mountains turn orange and yellow. It is unbelievable. This painting depicts how the foliage and landscape turn into Kaleidoscopes of color in New England. For more detailed pics. Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Shipping free.
Title of Painting- Through the Opening of Clouds at Night 2014 36×60″ Price $2,990.00
Title of Painting- Swingers of Birches 2013 36×48″ Price $2,990.00
This painting is a wonderful color study of snow with a dedication to the many colorways found in a bit of snow. The colors are pushed to the extremes for the snow. Tuckerman’s also has a famous waterfall in the winter located on the upper right hand in a a group of swirling turquoise brush strokes. This is an important piece of work, as it shows the ravine in a radically different way.