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May 13, 2019
Landscape Paintings by Dan Young and Dinah Worman

Dan Young and Dinah Worman have a few things in common: they were both Coors Western Art featured artists (2018 & 2017, respectively), share an awe of Western landscapes, create texture and dimension by using a thick application of oil paint, and they walk the line between abstract and representational. However, their style is very different. 

Dinah’s approach is to take an aerial view and flatten out the landscapes of New Mexico, capturing the light in order to define the mountain, while Dan is a more representational plein air painter who explores abstraction and the landscapes of Colorado. Take a look at a selection of their mountain-scapes, and see what differences you see in their style.

Dan Young - The Moment Before Sunrise
Dan Young, “The Moment Before Sunrise,” Oil on Board, 36 x 30 in
Dinah Worman - The Glow of the Sangres
Dinah Worman, “The Glow of the Sangres,” Oil on Canvas, 40 x 40 in
Dan Young, “Evening on the Colorado,” Oil on Panel, 12 x 10 in
Dinah Worman, “A Bright Cold Day,” Oil on Linen, 48 x 60 in
Dan Young - Always in Season
Dan Young, “Always in Season,” Oil on Board, 10 x 8 in
Dinah Worman - Waiting for the Clouds
Dinah Worman, “Waiting for the Clouds,” Oil on Linen, 24 x 30 in

You can see a fun comparison of their mountain landscapes by visiting Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt, Colorado! For questions or inquiries, please contact us at 970.927.9668.

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