"Snaps": Paintings by William Rushton

Nov 18, 2018 to Jan 27, 2019

William Rushton’s work is mostly autobiographical, based on childhood memories, capturing fleeting glimpses of active figures within landscapes. Whether figurative or landscape, his painting uses a colorist’s approach, switching between studio and plein-air to refresh his senses:

“I paint in order to find a painting, the subject is not always important. Surrendering and listening to what the painting is telling me is paramount. I don’t always know where it is all going, but I know how to get there. This facilitates endless discoveries and new directions that keep me inspired. The most satisfying work is done when I paint faster than I can think.”

Adelie Bischoff by William Rushton

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