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Bridge of Seasons
by Ed Slack
Ed Slack’s recent work focuses on the exploration of his love for the drama and romance of the nocturne, both manmade and natural. Painting ninety percent of his work on location after sunset, he is interested in the possibilities of paint to describe something you can’t see clearly a dark sky, a dimly lit street using light and shadow to describe shapes and forms.
Ed continues the practice he began in 1976 at The American Academy of At in Chicago where he studied under Irving Shapiro, Eugene Hall and Bill Parks.