Directly from Sprezzatura Studio, you'll find two Bucks County Artists work in a new showroom on the 2nd floor at Stone House.
Contemporary artist, Carol Post's intention is not to define a scene but to create space for the imagination to expand and one's life experiences to uniquely saturate any moment spent with the piece. This also describes her process, which is rooted in the flow of emotion from materials and color to canvas.
Robin Phillips is best known for her large abstract paintings made from layers of plaster and paint acrylics. The paintings suggest simple and bold imagery, contrasting strokes, and dramatic color. Her inspiration is influenced by both the gentle and delicate details of nature and its vibrancy while the process dictates the result. She creates her canvases with layers of bold strokes and color until the textured imagery appears. The apparent dialogue between herself and the canvas gives her work a dramatic presence. The paintings have an effortless elegance and an appealing atmospheric quality which invites a visual impression that will draw you in.
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From the Owner's Desk