Details:

This broken landscape painting is made of dusty warm pinks, browns and blues. This composition was painted after a trip to New Mexico, where the mountain outside of Albuquerque is dubbed Watermelon.
Unframed
Signed

① Artwork:

Sandía

This broken landscape painting is made of dusty warm pinks, browns and blues. This composition was painted after a trip to New Mexico, where the mountain outside of Albuquerque is dubbed Watermelon.

Alan Prazniak was raised on a horse farm in rural Pennsylvania, spending his formative years among the idyllic landscapes of the Delaware Water Gap. The artist's elemental work plays with opposing forces—such as pressure, balance, harmony and tension. Prazniak paints plein air, or directly from observation outside the studio. Prazniak paints carefully, allowing for both growth and a sense of immediacy in his compositions.

Specs:

45 inches
37 inches

③ Artist:

Alan Prazniak

Alan Prazniak’s work playfully examines elemental forces—pressure, balance, harmony and tension. The artist’s practice encompasses painting plein air, as well as non-objective wandering and mindful arranging. Prazniak’s careful approach to painting allows for both growth and immediacy.

Alan Prazniak:
Sandía, 2022
Oil on linen
37.0 × 45.0 inches /