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Mark Maggiori, “Big Sky Majesty,” oil, 55 x 70 in., sold

Sunsets have been captured in art as far back as we know, their magical colors marked by the fading of light at the end of a long day. For some, it is a thing of beauty, drama, and reflection. For others, it is a quiet respite in the busyness of life. A setting sun can visually represent the ending of a time and the beginning of another — the full completion of a cycle.

In this year’s themed group exhibition “Sunsets,” artists will present new work that explores the meaning and mystery of sunsets through their own interpretations.

Sunset paintings - FineArtConnoisseur.com
Billy Schenck, “Distant Thunder,” oil, 22 x 40 in.
Sunset paintings - FineArtConnoisseur.com
Teresa Elliott, “Bull of Pecos,” oil, 55 x 33 in.
Sunset paintings - FineArtConnoisseur.com
Kim Wiggins, “Last Light Along the Llano Quemado,” oil, 24 x 18 in.

“Sunset Group Exhibition” will be on display at Maxwell Alexander Gallery’s downtown Los Angeles showroom through August 24, 2019.


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