The Columbus Museum of Art and Design Presents
“Columbus Light” by Mark Miller
Columbus Museum of Art and Design features “Columbus Light” by Mark Miller at the Gallery at Hotel Indigo from January 17 through March 3. The public is invited to attend a meet-the-artists reception on Friday, January 17 from 5:30–7:30 p.m at the gallery.
Mark paints because he is compelled to try to capture the essence of the subjects that have produced an emotional response in him.
Painting is almost like an involuntary response to the way the light plays on the trees, water or how it changes shadows into areas with rich and subtle tones. Mark enjoys laying the paint down with expressive brush work that captures the mood of the landscape in its pure form. Mark always working on location in plain air to capture the scene, whether it means standing in a stream or river, painting at the timberline, or in the snow.
He has painted all over the States, Europe and also in North Africa. Currently he really enjoys panting the light and landscapes of Indiana.
For additional information about this exhibit, visit www.cmadart.org.