January:  Richard Earl
February:  Ann Marie Fitzsimmons
March:  Elissa Swanger
April:  Daniel Genova
May:  Al Vesselli
June:  Linda Aldrich
July:  Adel Khalaf
August:  Eva Marie Fitzsimmons
September:  Sarah Bass Aspe
October:  Francesca Azzara
November:  Kelly Schott
December:  Sheilagh Casey

OCTOBER - FRANCESCA AZZARA

 


Artist Statement

 

My work remains rooted in the physicality of landscape and terrain while referencing the facets of time.  Time is precious and sweet yet the passage of time is infused with melancholy and a sense of loss. Time is elusive; it can be remembered but not repeated. These landscapes are interior universes, offering the viewer a glimpse into a brief moment within my conscience. The fleeting moment of each thought, dream or fear stops for a second to mark its place in my psyche, thereby imbedding itself into my memory.  Each painting tries to visually capture that event.

 

 

- Francesca Azzara


 

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1

Some Friends
encaustic on panel
12 x 12,  2015

2

Last Night
encaustic on panel
12 x 12, 2015

3

Whispers in the Living Room
encaustic on panel
16 x 24, 2015 

4

 

S Mountain
encaustic on paper
6 x 8, 2016



5

Blue Passage
encaustic on panel
10 x 10, 2016

6
Passage
encaustic on panel
24x16, 2016

7

I Beam
encaustic on paper
6 x 8, 2016 

 

8

OK
encaustic on paper
6x8, 2016


9

Come Away With Me
encaustic on panel
24 x 16, 2015

10

This Thing Called Love
encaustic on panel
24 x 16, 2015

11

In The Wind
encaustic and fabric on panel
10 x 12, 2014

12

Second Week of January
encaustic on panel
8 x 8, 2014


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