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Forest Wine in August

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Forest Wine in August by Jon Parlangeli

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Forest Wine in August

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Jon Parlangeli

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Oil on canvas

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Dimensions: 61cm (H) x 45.7cm (W) x 3.8cm (D) / 24" (H) x 18" (W) x 1.5" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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PLEASE NOTE!!!! THIS WORK IS DRYING- IT SHIPS LATE AUGUST TO EARLY SEPTEMBER. I tend to sell them before they dry, so I now offer them right off the easel so to speak.

When I look upon this work my mind fades back to when I was 16 and completing my first nature painting. It was a grouping of trees at my school, and I still remember sitting on the school lawn painting away on some spring day. The greens of the trees drew me in, the textures held me and the curiosity of watercolor kept things animated (we were not allowed to use oil paint at school). At first glance this spot at the edge of the woods likewise drew my attention...almost like a ghost from the past, a deja vu. Sitting there, after a good glass of wine, things became a bit clearer. I knew this place had to be painted and where my influence and passion for this work would generate from. The end result is fascination, exhilaration and experimentation, full of joy and even a bit of fear as the natural world melted into the darks and lights of my mind. That same little fear and exhilaration I felt as a 16 year old painter...

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Artist Profile

Born: 1969

Hometown: Bloomfield Hills

Based in: Bloomfield Hills

My story is easy enough to tell…I’ve been creating since childhood driven by a need for order amongst disorder, new harmonies amongst objects, visually seduced by repetition, pattern, and color and onward the dance goes. At some point around the age of 15 or 16 a rather observant art teacher stepped in and put me on the path from wayward youth to wayward artist. From there it’s been an epicurean vacation of creation like a Jacques Cousteau dive special into the deepest reaches of my mind. Sadly, no sharks. The discoveries are constant, the sun is always shining, and the ocean is always beautifully blue. The rest is nature.
My work is held in multiple corporate and private collections throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

About my work:
I am an explorer at heart possessed with a need to look beyond traditions in style and question the unknown. Because of this the works are seeded in process painting and material discovery. Elements of drawing, textural curiosities and color/form relationships combine to create a unique aesthetic in each work. Depending on what is going on in the world at the time there will also be elements of nature and/or humanity in my work that mix about with abstracted components to create a sort of historic bibliophile in the paint…essentially a moment in time that reflects for a lifetime.


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