Urban, stylish contemporary women, graffiti-laden doorways, neon signs, atmospheric NYC bars, unfinished construction sites, timeless cast iron Soho architecture, and bright, sunlit facades draw you in; each painting by contemporary artist Vincent Giarrano has a narrative element with a mystery and history about each person and place.
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Vincent chooses carefully what elements to detail, leaving the rest to the viewer’s imagination. In “City Life,” his new series of 25 paintings, Vincent explores the city’s colors, light and shadows – daytime street shadows and window reflections, interior versus exterior sources of light. He finds a mysterious entry, and the lighting inside enhances the story.
Contemporary artist Vincent Giarrano has exhibited in major museums, including the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., and the National Portrait Gallery in London. He’s had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States.
Vincent Giarrano’s “City Stories” are on view now at Susan Powell Fine Art (Madison, CT), through September 25, 2021: SusanPowellFineArt.com
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