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Drumlin Hills

Joe Giuffrida
Ugallery 5345198380 UGallery

Watercolor and gouache on Paper New

Ready to frame

One-of-a-kind

Signed on front and back

2022

15" h x 22" w |0 lbs. 4 oz.

In stock $1,050

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Artist Joe Giuffrida shares an impressionist landscape depicting the glacial topography known as a drumlin. The southern New Hampshire scene extends the gorgeous panoramic view. "These are rolling hills created by receding glaciers thousands of years ago found all over Northern America," shares Joe. He captures the feel of rhythm with the rise and fall of the lovely hills determining the design of the pictorial space. The hedgerows create interesting geographical puzzle pieces to help develop definition.

Joe Giuffrida

High Point, North Carolina

Artist Joe Giuffrida paints impressionist landscapes frequently balanced with architectural arrangements. His artistic vision diverges from traditional styles depending on the subject at hand. "My creative energy is best developed through being on-site, observing a location, and getting the feel of the environment," says Joe. An expression of what is felt but not necessarily seen flourishes in his work, pushing the limits of color and value beyond what is there. Joe sought mentorship through workshops and college classes, then supplemented his learning by reading books on art techniques. He developed a firm belief in his craft being good through the perception of feeling rather than visuals. Emotional connections hold a crucial part of his creative process, challenging himself to be able to convey his responses while leaving room for the viewer's interpretation. He works in two studios, one for subtle watercolor painting and the other for bold and heavy acrylics and oils - systemized by organized clutter. His work has been featured in American and European publications and displayed in England, Germany, France, and the United States. Outside of painting, he channels his prowess as a musician, spending considerable time learning new guitar music. American culture, history, and biography also occupy his evenings when he has time to spare.

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