Monday, April 18, 2011

The Delaware captured in oil by two (generous) pros.

Left, Artist: Ty Hodanish, Twilight on the River, 18 x 28", Oil painted directly on to acid-free poster board.

One of the area’s most widely recognized artists, Ty paints in the great tradition of the New Hope School of Impressionist painters. Because he paints “Plein Air” (always outdoors), his canvases capture color and light in a fashion that has gained him a reputation as a master colorist.
Devoted to his art, Ty maintains a gallery and open studio at the Prallsville Mill in Stockton. The “Art Colony”, which he founded in 1998, allows him the opportunity to share his colorful technique with others in workshops he conducts in the fall and spring each year, attracting students from far and wide.

Thanks Ty for your great contribution of original art.

Ty is represented by:

Right, Artist: J. Stacy Rogers, Delaware Theatrics, 18 x 28", Oil painted directly on to acid-free poster board.

Art is, first and foremost, about life and more specifically about the dignity, beauty, comedy, tragedy, romance, fantasy, pride and nobility of the human spirit. All the precious and powerful emotions that form and define the human experience.

I am truly blessed to be among the generations of painters who have recorded their time on canvas.
Happily, my paintings have found their way into the homes of a growing list of art lovers and continue to win awards at important juried art exhibitions.

Thanks J. Stacy for a stunning piece.

Visit his website:

Be the lucky bidder that takes home one or both of these incredible original paintings. Come to the live auction, 3 pm, May 1 at the First Presbyterian Church, 31 N. Union Street. Absentee and phone bids accepted. Contact the Author:

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