Summer time Evening on Spa Creek, Annapolis
12 x 24″ Plein Air Pastel © Maria Marino
Maria Marino brings the vivid shades of her working day-time landscapes into the evening with her pastel nocturnes. See more of her function (each working day and night) in our Voices of Encounter write-up. We have questioned some of our favorite artists to display us illustrations of their night time paintings and to tell us a minimal bit about their processes in this sequence of Nocturne Notes.
Marino shared with us these two examples of her exuberant, expressive pastel nocturne paintings. She told us that her goal is in “catching the mystery of that unique time of evening”
Evening Star 12 x 9″ Pastel © Maria Marino
“In the end, it is about receiving the viewer to come to feel
alternatively than to fully grasp, to investigate rather than to take a look at,
and to adore it relatively than to go it by.”
In our fascination with how the eye sees and then interprets the world around us to our brains, we have discovered it especially attention-grabbing to research how the eye sees at evening. Research for the words “Nocturnes” and “Eyesight” in the research bar to go through many appealing content about the science of observing at night time and the art of portray at evening, or, download our reserve, Nocturnes – A Primer on Night Portray.
To see much more of Maria Marino’s get the job done, go to: Maria Marino High-quality Art.
The pastel nocturne paintings of Maria Marino.
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