Our upcoming show, “Urban Tales”, recalls the distinct and various urban spaces which we inhabit and experience, the vitality, decay, vibrance and stoicism which describe this man made landscape. The exhibition is scheduled to open October 27th and close on December 8th.
Joan Hart’s “Marshy Creek” featured in the “Water’s Edge” show at InSquare Art, “I seek to capture the aliveness of the natural world through strong use of color whatever the subject: landscape, animal or human portraiture. I believe the joy of art is that it can make us feel and see in a completely new way. This is not always comfortable, but it is always exciting.”
Sarah Abel DeLuca
I find the external world, just as it is, to be far more interesting than anything I could invent, perhaps because I see harmonies and repetitions of color, shape, and proportion wherever I look. My artistic goal is to understand and capture the outward appearance of my subjects (which process inevitably reveals their inner essence as well) within the structure of abstractly satisfying two-dimensional compositions.