Janis Sanders: Shore Light

21 Jun – 21 Jul 2007

Many who have encountered Sanders' work in the past have been struck by its immediacy and power. Describing his own working method, Sanders explains: "I paint expressively and passionately, vigorously and muscularly, applying paint in large gestures relative to the paint surface, with a palette knife only, blending minimally to keep the freshness of the impression of that one moment." Through his characteristic use of bold, arresting colors and lively textural surfaces, Sanders conveys the light and atmosphere of our New England shores with emotion and imagination.

Janis Sanders
Dunes and Sea
Oil
8 x 8
Janis Sanders
An August Day
Oil
8 x 8
Janis Sanders
Seaside
Oil
31 1/2 x 31 1/2
Janis Sanders
New Englander
Oil
30 x 30 1/4
Janis Sanders
A House on a Point
Oil
45 1/2 x 48
Janis Sanders
River Grass
Oil
30 x 30 1/4
Janis Sanders
Tranquil
Oil
8 x 8
Janis Sanders
A Walk in the Dunes
Oil
32 1/4 x 32 1/4
Janis Sanders
Hot July
Oil
8 x 8
Janis Sanders
October Lake
Oil
8 x 8
Janis Sanders
Low River Tide
Oil
24 x 20
Janis Sanders
A River, Rocks, and Woods
Oil
24 x 20
Janis Sanders
At a Lighthouse
Oil
45 1/2 x 48
Installation View 2
Red Room
Installation View 1
Red Room
 
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