“Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of our National Parks”
Show dates: October 6-November 7, 2016
Reception: SaturdayOctober 8, 6-9pm
After completing her year as Resident Artist for the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Marie Liu will be exhibiting the paintings she created of the Park for the program, including new oil paintings of regional waterfalls, landscape and history within the DWG Park.
“I have been been completely captivated by the area, my creations continue to be centered completely on this region. I keep finding such interesting subject matter.” Such as her newest painting of the “Milford Rose”, which describes it’s unique story.
itzGerald is a biologist and an artist currently r
esiding in Hampton, New
Jersey, where he teaches classes in both art and science.
His series of mixed-media canvases depict landscapes from many of our National Parks, including Bryce, Zion, Yellowstone, Yosemite, Acadia, Everglades, Grand Teton, Arches, Kings Canyon, Great Smoky Mountains, Badlands, Petrified Forest and the Grand Tetons. Each canvas is created from a photograph that is painted using a variety of digital paint brushes available in a digital painting program called Corel Painter. The resulting artwork is printed to canvas using permanent pigmented inks, before the final touches are applied using acrylic paint.