PAINTING’S RICH HISTORY
Expressing the light of the impressionists, Oksana Johnson’s en plein air paintings carry on the traditions of Monet, Sisley, Korovin, and Bonnard. Her hazy street scenes in a romantic color palette capture the sense of fleeting light.
Postcard from the Musée d’Orsay, France
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"I have always been captivated by impressionists' ability to express light's fleeting moments. I immediately fell in love with Musée d'Orsay in Paris when I visited for the first time years ago. Last summer, I returned again, but then visited and painted en plein air in Paris and Normandy in the same places as some of my art heroes — Monet, Sisley, Bonnard, and Korovin." –Oksana