Thursday, October 25, 2012

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"Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn."- Elizabeth Lawrence
I invite you to visit my website to see more of my aerial paintings.
Limited-edition prints of some of my paintings are available on either archival paper or canvas. Contact me for details.
NJ Oil Fields-42x48
NJ Oil Fields, oil on canvas, 42" x 48"
Upstream Gallery's 14th Annual Abstraction Juried International Art Exhibition.
NJ Oil Fields along with Paper Factory in Bavaria received Special Recognition awards. Three additional paintings are in the show.
This aerial view of oil fields combines elements of abstraction and representation, surface and illusion. Soft-edged shapes convey a feeling of place without being specific.
*South Africa Suburb
South Africa Suburb, acrylic on canvas, 36" x 48"
South Africa Suburb, received a Special Recognition award from Light Space & Time Gallery in their Open Exhibition.
The juxtaposition of different houses portrays
a crowded upscale development.The aerial perspective changes
the traditional landscape viewpoint.
Looking Down in Toronto, acrylic on canvas, 36" x 36"
ArtSlant New York 6th Juried Competition.
Looking down in Toronto is aShowcase Winner. ArtSlant is a worldwide art network site with with calendars for openings, exhibitions and information.
Looking down from a high rise building in Toronto, Canada, the view is reduced to a strong circular graphic image, using more pattern and grid than representation.
The Aerialscapist Interview
The Wrighter, featured me this month in an interview. My husband, Pierre Delerive, was featured here last month. I thank Kobina Wright for including us in her blog.
Best wishes, Toni
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