2019 Was a Wonderful Year for Painting

A month long show started off the year at Gallery B and then off to Greece for a 10 day workshop and lots of plein air painting followed.

Sunset on Santorini
Green Door with Antique Bells

Another style idea more in the color palette of Expressionist Faux painters of the 19th century, with bright hues, turned into a bigger project when a painting I had slated to go to the gallery in Oakland Maryland was noticed by an admirer. I agreed to sell it to him if he didn’t mind me repainting it again. Usually an original painting is expected to be a one-of-a-kind, but in this case, since I got permission from the purchaser, I repainted the same scene in the same color palette. Of course there are some small differences, especially because it is a fairly large painting at 36 x 24 inches. The 2nd version is now proudly on display in the Garrett Arts gallery in Oakland Maryland. For the rest of the year I turned back to the non-representational abstract and began working on several new projects. More on that soon…

Sunset on Deep Creek Lake

About Sara H. Becker

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