Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Two Award Winning Landscape Artists

Jim Laurino started the work of art at a young age, centering on marine topics under the guidance of famous marine artist Carl G. Evers. Laurino eventually developed a craze for landscape painting and for the past five years his work has been almost utterly accomplished the en-plein-air, in the open air. His common and intentional application of color generates rich and lively representational artwork. His works have appeared in numerous juried exhibits across the state and hang in private collections. 

Mara Sfara’s paintings use color and light to confine the spirit of her subject, whether it is in a portrait, still life, landscape, seascape or skyscape.

Internationally, the artist has exhibited at the Galleria de Arte Santos in Leon, Spain and at the Museo Metropolitano in Buenos Aires. Her abundant shows in the U.S. include contribution in a traveling art show supported by the Institute of Hispanic Culture, Houston, and exhibitions in museums, private and public institutions and other venues in New York, California and Connecticut. Her works are in many private and public collections as well as galleries here and abroad.

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