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Late Summer Meditation
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Late Summer Meditation Painting

Dana Levine

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 24 W x 18 H x 1.5 D in

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When you enter this painting at the bottom, you walk through the space between the split rail fence, then wander across the yellow field to the trees and the sunset. I get a very peaceful, meditative feeling from the landscape I have painted even though I have used a very saturated yellow and blue. I sides of the canvas have been painted to continue the scene so that no frame is required.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:24 W x 18 H x 1.5 D in

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Born in Brooklyn, NY. I spent my professional years not as an artist but as a scientist and science educator in the New York metropolitan area. Upon retiring to San Diego, I became an artist, photographer, and art lecturer at the University of California at San Diego. Artists and scientists strive to see nature with a fresh eye. As a scientist turned artist, I now explore the inner richness of nature and the human form in a visual medium, looking for the structure underneath the surface, using the original colors our eyes combine together. I use a paintbrush, digital camera, and Photoshop to make artworks to empahsize the story behind the image. I try to convey vulnerability in people and express ideas in natural and man-made forms. And always, I look for beauty in unexpected, unlikely places. I give talks on art and science at Univ. of California at San Diego. Some recent titles: Portraits in Art and Photography: Psychological Insight into Subject and Artist; The Human Form: Everything Old is New Again: Folk Art in America: Tangible Expressions of our Heritage. My favorite subject is people and street art. In the last year, my work has vacillated between creating serene pieces, particularly watery, reflective scenes or depicting figures ensnared in their environment. This is my psychological response to the anxieties of the time and my desire to achieve tranquility.

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