1 Hsin-Yao Tseng, Chinese Old House Interior, oil, 12 x 9" 2 Karen Offutt, Seated Figure, oil, 24 x 20" 3 Michael Fitzpatrick, Island Sounds, oil, 24 x 36" 4 George Bodine, The Good Daughter, oil, 24 x 30" 5 Mian Situ, What’s the Next, oil, 20 x 30"
Elena Carafa. All three portraits on view are by Degas. The painting was inspired by my time spent exploring the galleries and museums in London recently for the first time. The location of this scene is the National Gallery, London.” Roche adds that she is excited for the anniversary celebration and “very honored to be part of this prestigious show. The annual show at Waterhouse Gallery is always a very special event and this year I’m thrilled to take part in celebrating the 32nd anniversary with Ralph and Diane. It will be a wonderful exhibition with many fine artists invited to participate, and I am delighted to be counted amongst them.”
into the new era. Their own tradition is vanishing bit by bit at the same time. Unlike their parent’s generation, these children dress not much different from the outsiders.” Pauline Roche will be bringing a scene from a museum, Discovering the Degas, in which a young woman ponders a painting on exhibit. “I love to capture those moments in grand museums, when a person comes across a piece of art that holds their rapt attention,” she says. “In this painting, I was intrigued by the moment where the woman is deep in thought and seems to be making eye contact with the lady sitting proudly in the Degas painting, Portrait of
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at this trip that I really discovered my love for painting children,” she says. “I revisited my reference photos and was so captivated by this sweet, endearing face. Her adorable pigtails, her gaze of curiosity, her pure innocence made me want to capture her in paint.” Mian Situ will be presenting a group of figures in What’s the Next. “I was visiting a village in Guizhou Province when I came upon this group of children. Visitors come to explore this area to get a feel of different cultures and lifestyles these villagers have. They are Miao people,” Situ says. “Life has been changed in the last decades, and the children are easily adapting themselves
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