My work explores landscape and the natural world. It evokes the subtle place hovering between realism and abstraction, a sense of nostalgia is often present. A twig or a piece of moss might trigger the viewers’s memory of having been in this place before. Some paintings begin in the field employing classical plein air techniques, others originate in the print studio with coaxing and layering the image, then scraping away to reveal the light.
Cary Thorp Brown is an award winning printmaker and painter. She has studied at Parsons School of Design, the School for Visual Arts, Silvermine and the Printmaking Center of New Jersey.
Her work is collected nationwide. She has shown at Katonah Museum of Art, Bruce Museum, National Arts Club, Salmagundi Club and Broome Street Gallery. She has received the CLWAC Medal of Honor and the Anna Hyatt Huntington Bronze Medal and numerous other awards.
In addition to her membership at CLWAC she is an artist member at Silvermine Guild Arts Center, Mamaroneck Artists Guild, Hopper House and Robert Blackburn Printmaking Center.
Contact Cary Thorp Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
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