Featured Artist: Paul Batch!

Until Tomorrow by Paul Batch 24×24″ Oil (More Info)

Paul Batch, an artist from the New England area who paints his subjects so beautifully. His sunrises and sunsets capture that perfect light that only appears for a very short time of day – that wonderful glow adds so much to his paintings.

Until Tomorrow is a perfect example of that wonderful glow… and that sky! Stunning!

See more of Paul’s work via these links:

Website  |  Facebook  |  Instagram

Read a bit about Paul, from his website:

Paul Batch is a contemporary painter praised for his evocative atmospheric landscapes. His paintings are a poetic response to the fleeting and ephemeral light cast by the passing sun or rising moon. He focuses on transitions, painting various times of day, changing weather, and the rich seasons New England offers.

“My work reflects the tone and qualities offered by nature. I strive to convey a felt experience through my art. Though most of my work is representational, I keep myself open to embracing the more abstract elements of each individual scene.”

Paul received his BFA and MFA from the Hartford Art School where he studied under the late great Stephen Brown. He is an award-winning member of Oil Painters of America and Portrait Society of America. His work has appeared in numerous publications including the Artist’s Magazine, International Artist and Fine Art Connoisseur. A native of Massachusetts, Paul resides in Connecticut with his wife and their two children.

Catch you back here tomorrow!

All images via PaulBatchPainting.com, used with permission…

Images are not for reproduction, they are property of the artist.

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