Mother of Modica, Duomo di San Giorgio, SicilySeth Couture
Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas
Finished black edges
Varnished and Ready to hang
Signed on front
20 " h x 54 " w x 1.5 " d |5 lbs. 11 oz.
In the Province of Ragusa, Sicily, Italy, stands The Duomo of San Giorgio. The cathedral stands under the Sicilian sky dreaming of the soft colors that so welcomed my a soul. Blue olive trees shade the hillside for birds and butterflies. The majestic limestone walls shelter those walking the cobblestone streets of mercy. I cannot say what miracles have come and gone, but I will always remember that lovely Sunday morning in Modica, when the city sang to me a sweet song of Italian love.
El Dorado Hills, California
Seth’s life and art career are anything but normal. As a teenager, he left an abusive home and put himself through high school. After graduation, he made his way to California, where the noted painter Tom X took him under his wing. Then, in 2004, Seth put down his brushes for almost six years to focus on a biotech career. It wasn’t until he reunited with his grandmother after nearly 20 years apart that he considered painting full-time. She was a recognized artist and continuously encouraged him to paint. When she passed away just three years after they reunited, Seth decided to pursue his dream. He moved north and built an art studio. Today, he is one of UGallery’s top creators.
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I purchased the "Evening View From Bernal Heights Tower, San Francisco" piece and could not be more pleased. As I was looking for pieces to purchase, I kept coming back to this one. It is as beautiful in person as it is online. I was extremely impressed with the care that went into shipping.- J Crawley
We are now the fortunate owners of your work "Anastasia's Tutu" and it is such a thrill to be able to admire and contemplate this beautiful and emotive painting. You are such a gifted and expressive artist (you truly "have it"). Wish you all good things.- D Martinson