Original publish date: Aug. 13th, 2011
Harvest Gold Gallery is pleased to present a collection of paintings by Boston artist Ros Farbush.
Harvest Gold Gallery is very excited to present a collection of original acrylic cityscapes by Boston artist Ros Farbush now showing through Columbus Day. Farbush captures the light of everyday scenes with bright exciting colors in an impressionistic style. Her work is lively and fun.
She says, ”Artists see things a lot differently. Because of the creativity in us we see a lot of colors that other people don’t see. I’ve been an artist all my life and I’ve never lost my focus. I like to capture the essence of the moment, a certain color or the energy of a landscape; I want to record the drama of life through my art.”
Ros is a graduate of The School of the Museum of fine Arts in Boston where she also taught drawing and painting for over 30 years. She has inspired many New England artists teaching at the South Shore Art Association, The Duxbury Art Association and The Cape Cod Art association. Ros is a member of the prestigious Copley Society of Art, the oldest art association in America where she holds the title of master painter. The recipient of numerous local and national awards, Ros has held dozens of solo shows and juried group exhibitions during her distinguished career. Recent awards include the Dorothy Palmer Painting Award (2009) from the South Shore Art Association as well as the Calendar Cove award and the Katherine M Wolff memorial award for floral composition (2010) from the North River Arts Association.
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