Captured Moments—An Artist's Slice On Life
NOHO M55 Gallery—April 25 - May 13, 2017
The recent exhibition at NOHO M55 Gallery explores our longing for a sense of coherence in a changing world. Through the use of transparent watercolor, compositions are created from photos, on-site sketches and paintings. Emily's use of a natural palette and summer colors and her heart felt artistic approach creates lively and timeless visual narratives.
Postmen at Bronx Courthouse, watercolor on paper, 34 inches x 27 inches
Afternoon at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, watercolor on paper, 20 inches x 27 inches
“The drawing and research for a painting takes the majority of time; while the actual application of the paint is quick, splashing, allowing the colors to mix on the page.” ~~Emily Stedman
Captured Moments — An Artist’s Slice On Life contains stories observed from life and interpreted through the medium of watercolor. These paintings portray a gentler world. They remind us that small important bits of life do not really change, in spite of the many problems in the world.
(Between 10th and 11th Ave)
Thursday, April 27th, 2017, from 5pm-7pm
Exhibit Dates: April 25th - May 13th, 2017