Focus and Color a two artist exhibit featuring the paintings of Bruno D'Anna and W. Max Thomason. Two artists working in very different styles yet still seeming to have a very similar purpose in pushing the focus and color of a canvas as far as they can.
Bruno D'Anna, working with a palette knife, expresses the cityscapes and landscapes he paints in bright, vivid colors. Making bold choices in perspective, light and focus, Bruno makes even the nighttime street scenes he paints seem airy and inviting. Every canvas tells a distinct story and has a life entirely it's own. The rich flashes of color Bruno uses make the viewer feel warm and welcomed into the vast expanse of the story he is trying to tell with every canvas.
W. Max Thomason twists focus into pushing the female form out of focus in each piece. Moving it closer and closer to the unrecognizable yet somehow never crossing the threshold of completely abstracting form. Max uses color to push the story of each painting even further. Trying to tap into a palette that attempts to pull the strongest emotions to the surface for the viewer.
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