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On The Road


The featured painting of the exhibit is attached. It is a painting by Joseph Reboli painted during a visit to Italy. It’s title is  Roman Ruins,  it is an oil on canvas painting, the size is 42” x32”.

The featured painting of the exhibit is attached. It is a painting by Joseph Reboli painted during a visit to Italy. It’s title is Roman Ruins, it is an oil on canvas painting, the size is 42” x32”.

When people  speak of Joe Reboli paintings, they usually describe how his works are filled with local subjects that are bathed in incredible light and arranged in wonderful compositions.  Last year in the Reboli Center exhibit, Topic:  Watercolor, the Reboli watercolors on display showed his use of new locales to explore light and form.  In this exhibit, On The Road, the Reboli oil paintings show his continuing exploration of light, shadow, color, and form;  no matter where the locale. His vision gives us new discoveries and heighten memories of places we too have visited.

Cynthia Crowell Doom, Pam DuLong Williams, and Kelynn Alder are the three additional artists of the exhibit and they too bring us new artistic visions of beauty found on the road.