Dinah Worman, an artist based in Taos, New Mexico, is inspired by the intersection of big skies, vast landscapes, and the mark of man among them. Her unusual perspectives and masterful use of a palette knife result in exquisite moments worthy of pause and contemplation. We have captured lovely comments by both the artist and an avid fan to accompany this preview of new arrivals.
“Foreboding Skies, a majestic sky of storm clouds hovering over low mountains and flat fields, infringing on the clear blue open skies.”~Dinah Worman
“…But a gentle landscape brings me back to earth for a while.”~Bruce, an admiring client
“A Late Summer Day, a long distance view of buildings perched above layers of the landscape.”~Dinah Worman
“Red & Gold, resting above a view of the Rio Chama River”~Dinah Worman
“The red cast on the Sangre de Cristo mountains is stunning. I sat and watched it as the sky and mountains slowly settled down and returned to its quiet splendor.”~Dinah Worman
“A soft cloudy sky can have a thousand tones of blue, pink, white and grey. Not easy, but a delight to paint.”~Dinah Worman
“The snow fascinates me. How cold, how beautiful and how we need it.”~Bruce, an admiring client
“In the Southwest the end of a season is in fact the start of a new beautiful season. We are so lucky.”~Bruce, an admiring client
View more of these new arrivals by Dinah Worman on the show page of VISIONS: NEAR & FAR, on view August 29th through September 23, 2019.