Stephan Giannini. Great work and very cool nocturnes! The light that comes from the windows of the homes that he paints is mesmerizing! Fabulous reflections of light in Ferry Terminal By Night – nice! I love the color of the sky above the horizon, wow! Stephan’s nocturnes have a cool, moody feel about them – wonderful!
See more of Stephan’s work via these links:
Read a bit about Stephan, from his website:
I grew up in Chicago studying at the American Academy of Art, Chicago’s Palette and Chisel club, and at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts in Connecticut.
In 2014, I chose to make my home in Rockland, Maine, a beautiful area to paint that is steeped in art and culture.
I work primarily in oils, and my goal as a painter is to paint impressions of the world we aspire to. I enjoy especially painting architecture and the figure.
I love to travel and paint. I’m forever plotting a trip to some exotic location! The chance to see new places, meet new friends and expand my viewpoint is a gift that I profoundly appreciate.
In the last decade I resided and painted in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, traveled and painted throughout SE Asia, visited Australia and Bali, and in 2013 and 2016 I made two long painting trip to Rome and southern Italy to begin a journey to connect to my Italian roots, where I hold a second citizenship.
I am also involved in public art and the restoration of visual art in architectural settings. I have worked on historical restorations of large-scale decorations and murals in churches, theaters, state capitals and even the White House office building.
Always, I pursue my lifelong love of plein-air painting as well as working on studio and mural pieces.
Catch you back here tomorrow!