Opening Reception Thursday, February 23rd Runs through March 25th Loretta Howard Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of major canvases by Edward Dugmore from the 1960s.The works on display trace the artist’s engagement with the American West.An internet romance scam took an unexpected turn, writes Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani.
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A selection of ink drawings from the early 1960s highlights the important influence of this environment on the artist’s paintings of the next ten years.
Dugmore sketched, often times interpreting the landscape through its reflection in the Medomak River and nearby saltwater coves.
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This romantic impulse can be traced to English poet and painter William Blake who’s own ambition was to render the contemplation of nature as a transformative experience.
Equally important were Dugmore’s yearly trips to Washington, Maine, where he and his wife purchased land in 1960 along with fellow artists Ernie Briggs and Anne Arnold.
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