From Bethany to Beacon Falls
Gallery: Rubicon Gallery, Dublin / Date: 2007 / Read: Introduction by Nicholas Fox Weber / Read: Review, Irish Times / Read: Introduction by Gordon Teskey

Rubicon Gallery, Dublin. 2007. There are thus three main pictorial elements in these compositions: the light, rapidly-articulated, vertical lines of the birches, the dark, sweeping, horizontals of the evergreens, and human structures —barns, houses, sheds, even an abandoned truck—which seem to be settling into themselves, gathering and protecting the darkness that lies further back in the woods… [read more]

Bethany
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Bethany
2006
30.5 x 35.5
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House in the Forest II
2006
30.5 x 35.5
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House in the Forest II
2006
30.5 x 35.5
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House in the Forest III
2006
30.5 x 35.5
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House in the Forest III
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
House in the Forest I
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
House in the Forest I
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Gateway
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Gateway
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Abandoned pickup I
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Abandoned pickup I
2006
30.5 x 35.5
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At the Litchfield turnpike
2006
30.5 x 35.5
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At the Litchfield turnpike
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Beacon Falls
2006
71 x 87 cm
acrylic on paper
Beacon Falls
2006
71 x 87 cm
acrylic on paper
Birch and Evergreen
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Birch and Evergreen
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Hemlock and Birch
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
Hemlock and Birch
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
House beyond the forest
2006
71 x 87 cm
acrylic on paper
House beyond the forest
2006
71 x 87 cm
acrylic on paper
The pond
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
The pond
2006
30.5 x 35.5
acrylic on paper
White barn
2006
71 x 87 cm
acrylic on paper
White barn
2006
71 x 87 cm
acrylic on paper
Sketchbook
Sketchbook
Sketchbook
Sketchbook
Catalogue Cover
Catalogue Cover

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From Bethany to Beacon Falls

Rubicon Gallery, Dublin. 2007. There are thus three main pictorial elements in these compositions: the light, rapidly-articulated, vertical lines of the birches, the dark, sweeping, horizontals of the evergreens, and human structures —barns, houses, sheds, even an abandoned truck—which seem to be settling into themselves, gathering and protecting the darkness that lies further back in the woods… [read more]


Gallery: Rubicon Gallery, Dublin
Date: 2007
Read: Introduction by Nicholas Fox Weber
Read: Review, Irish Times
Read: Introduction by Gordon Teskey


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