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How are you web travelers ? Hope your journey is fine. I was lost in the multiverse between Sigil and my own brainshit Here’s one of my last picture, hope you’ll enjoying this.
Thomas Paquette is a painter from western Pennsylvania, whose work I have showcased before here on Lines and Colors, and who remains a personal favorite among contemporary landscape painters. Paquette’s landscapes not only have a beautiful sense of color and light, but they are painted with a particularly appealing quality of edges. There is something about the interplay of Paquette’s edges and areas of color that I find consistently fascinating. The accentuated edges seem to simultaneously divide areas of color and unify the painting as a whole, in addition to acting as an element of texture. A new exhibition of Paquette’s paintings devoted to wilderness areas has been assembled to mark the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.