Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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Toni Silber-Delerive's February News

"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time." - Thomas Merton
North Calif Intersection, acrylic on canvas, 30" x 40"
North California Intersection and 4 additional paintings: Open Field Cultivation, Farm Country, Bayonne, New Jersey and Nysa City Suburb are also in the Landscape Juried Online Exhibition at Upstream People Gallery.
As a birdseye view the highways become the linear design element of the painting. The multiple highways are the focus of the composition and take you through the painting. Reduced to linear movement, the landscape is complimented by the use of green.
Frances and Ruth, oil on canvas, 24" x 18"
Frances and Ruth received Honorable Mention along withAurelie and Friends from Linus Galleries Past, Present, Future Exhibition. Their mission it is to help emerging and established artists gain recognition in the art world.
My figurative paintings, many based on old family photographs offer a stylized impression of different periods and subjects. While tastes and fashions do change, the most basic of human needs, desires, and dreams are timeless, and this portrait strives to convey these eternal human yearnings and relationships.
Duesseldorf, Ger
Dusseldorf, oil on canvas, 36" x 48"
Dusseldorf, Germany was awarded Special Recognition in Art Quench Gallery's "Open Theme" Juried Art Competition and Exhibition.
Seen from above this government building in Germany become an abstract design and the key element of the painting. Reduced to the circular elements, the details are softened and made somber by the use of gray.
I invite you to visit my revised website tonisart.com to see more of my aerialscapes, food and figurative paintings.
Limited-edition prints and greeting cards of many of my paintings are available.
Contact me for details.

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