Friday, December 14, 2012
Here's his artist's statement:
"Since the age of five I have always been moved by the visual story. I will often read a book through its images dozens of times before reading the physical story itself. When I create my artwork, the medium I choose to speak through is watercolor. Timeless, colorful and often unpredictable, watercolor represents the medium most of us started with and in such I find relates extremely well to children's books. It also speaks to my love of contrast and pattern which is a consistent trait in most of my work.
"One's medium and style develops and changes over time, but the diversity and experiences of life fuels its direction the most."
The Charles Allis Art Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 1 to 5 pm. Admission is $5, with reduced pricing available to seniors, students, active military, veterans, and children.
Posted by Daniel Goldin at 6:51 PM