Sunday, November 18, 2012

A place I might have been, a remembered walk along an early winter road, or an impression that lasted long enough for me to paint it. All of the above probably played a part in this painting. 
Its not about the representation, its about interpretation. 
To say something with a way in which it hasn't been said. To reveal. Art should tell us something that isn't obvious. It uncovers nuances and lets us peer under the veneer of life. 
Not all paintings speak to people equally. Some hear nothing, some more, and some a lot. 
That is the way of art. 
Early Winter on a Rural Road
acrylic on canvas
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