Drawing upon places both real and imagined, William Renzulli sets a mood and strikes a feeling with each of his bold canvases.
In Renzulli's most recent series "Nature Imagined," he often summons internal landscapes from the memory of experienced places. Alternating between a moody, monochromatic palette and an electric vibrant one, each painting evokes a different response, but each consistently tugs at the edges of memory and recognition.
The medium- to large-scale paintings in the exhibition are more about the feelings derived from a place than the place itself. Renzulli feels drawn to "create beauty, both elegant and mundane" with his thought provoking works.
William Renzulli of Paducah, Kentucky, left a 9-year practice of internal medicine and now devotes all of his time to art making. "Nature Imagined" features 15 of his bold and lyrical acrylic on canvas paintings. Opening night is Saturday, Oct. 13 from 7 to 10 p.m. The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 7.
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