Self portraits – Wyeth Walk #72
Went to the Brandywine River Museum of Art this evening for the opening of the Horace Pippin exhibition. In addition to enjoying the bold colors of the exhibit, I took some strolls through Wyeth galleries, and was particularly struck by NC Wyeth’s April Rain which I hadn’t seen before. From 1935, the work is filled with muted colors and beautifully captures the mist and mood of the title. I loved it so much that I think I might name one of my pieces after it. I was also struck by the new acquisition of a John McCoy painting of a landscape in early spring- very beautiful, the subtle gradation of the pale sky in particular.
Had some fun taking pictures of my reflections in the glass superimposed on the views.
April 24, Brandywine River Museum of Art