"I returned to this place several times, at different times of day to get the light just right. Most landscapes are best painted with either early morning or late afternoon light. But because of the dense woods this was more of a mid-day painting. There were so many compositions and focal points I could have used…I finally decided on this long horizontal with the light focused on one rock and plants. The light spots dancing over the water were a secondary focus and I was particularly pleased how they turned out."
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Vose Galleries is proud to have had solo shows of Liz Haywood-Sullivan's work in 2007 and 2011, and in the fall of 2019 opened a third solo exhibition featuring thirty works demonstrating her sensitivity to the seasonal rhythms of the natural world. Dappled Creek was included in this recent exhibit, Dancing Light: Changing Seasons.
Collection of the artist
(verso of framed piece) © 2019 Liz Haywood-Sullivan, IAPS/MC, PSA-MP Dappled Creek
(sticker verso) MASTER CIRCLE IAPS
Liz Haywood-Sullivan, Dancing Light, Changing Seasons, Vose Galleries, Boston, September 28 – November 9, 2019