My interest in challenging the traditional use of canvas began off the coast of Brittany, France, in 1979. I was part of a group of students studying landscape painting during a summer semester. Everyone was perched on top the cliffs in an attempt to paint the great expanse of the ocean and the craggy cliffs. It was while studying this view that I began to feel that the flat rectangular canvas was insufficient to interpret my view of the scene. Since that time I have been exploring the shaping of canvas into wall reliefs.
Prices range from $2000 up depending on the complexity of the work media.
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 10am - 5pm Or by appointment
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