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Joseph Breza
Impressionistic landscapes, garden still lifes and scenes from France and Italy
New Mexico
 

Artist Statement


     "Each artist creates his own language in color.  I consider color to be the foremost component of my painting.  By laying down large fields and flattening them out in some areas, I can draw out strong planes of color from the image.  I am always experimenting.  Sometimes I lay down thin washes to catch the power of the idea more quickly.  I like to obeserve the reflections on a pond in the Spring and Fall.  Winter interests me because the snow creates big, abstract areas.  The more I get into the art, the more depth I find.  The simplest idea, like Cezanne's apples, is sometimes the most incredible."


 

 
 
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