By John A. Morrow
Date of issue- May 7, 2014
Number in edition- 500 / 50 AP
Frame size- 16×20, 18×24
Paper- Epson Matt
Printed by HMS Fine Art
Giclee print with pigmented inks
If asked why I painted this image, I’m not sure if I know the answer. It might have been the chairs on the porch that attracted me, which is a subject in many of my works. But more often I’m intrigued by imagining the conservations that might have taken place there, they seen to still exist like some latent aura.
It might also have been the warm glow of lights in the windows that are like beacons drawing in the spirit from the surrounding darkness. Perhaps it was the flowers mimicking the colors of the lights cascading on them from the house or maybe it is the road on the left that carries the viewer away, past the now closed Carina, deeper into the islands interior with only a whisper of rose colored skylight as a guide. Who knows?
Reproduced from an acrylic painting by giclee printing.