The imagery from Dan Gualdoni's body of work, Coast Redux, examines vast, ethereal, invented environments along the sea. Rocks rising from fog, clouds floating in the atmosphere, light captured in translucent layers of color all fuse to create a mysterious sense of place. By layering the surface with thin skins of paint and by varying the positions of the horizon line in the composition, Gualdoni is able to produce paintings that “hover between pure abstraction and natural realism.”
Gualdoni will participate in the upcoming Invitational #1, opening April 22 at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts.
:work from dan gualdoni's coast redux will be on view april 22 - may 22 at kathryn markel fine arts in chelsea;
posted by diana murphy