Carolyn Lindsey: “Housekeeping,” a daily chore at a small Arizona motel is a pretext for the use of light and dark to create a rhythm that will catch the eye of the viewer. It certainly caught my eye as I walked down the street. Patterns of light and dark are commonly the basis for my paintings using a variety of subject matter. “Housekeeping” can now be seen in the American Impressionist Society Small Works Exhibit in Toas, NM.
To see more of Carolyn’s work, visit:
AIS Small Works Show, Wilder/Nightingale Gallery Taos, NM http://www.wnightingale.com/events