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David Dunlop's Connecticut Landscapes and New York City Scenes move easily from the meditative reflections on water to
the vigorous, lyrical comings and goings of people at Grand Central terminal. The Grand Central Paintings are more concerned
with the kinetic, or the dynamic nature of the Grand Central Station's space. Its population is generally in flux, off balance, blurred
with motion, hurried, and illuminated with variously colored light sources from the natural bluer daylight entering through large offstage
windows to the artificial, electric warm-yellow glow of the kiosk.
In this new series, Dunlop is layering in more atmosphere and color. His exciting new aerial views of New York City Looking Down the Hudson, and From the Bronx to the Battery connect the color of water, sea, infinity and the life of the city. The paintings evoke different times of day from sunset to twilight with its blue depth, only the thin meanderings of artificial light remain to break the dark blue space.
Grace M. DeVito's still lifes are both classic and contemporary and have a wonderful color harmony and atmospheric quality. She brings
the same atmospherics and attention to detail to her portraits and recently received an Honorable Mention for The Blue Robe in the Inspiring Figures
Invitational Show and Exhibition at the Butler Museum of American Art. Both painters are award winning artists. Grace M. DeVito
recently received the David A. Leffel Award for Excellence in Painting 2011- Best in Show. David Dunlop has been awarded a National Emmy for his Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop.