Nailya Alexander Gallery presents Life in Color, a selection of painted photographs by artist and photographer Ann Rhoney, through the 20th of July. Sofía Granados Dyer from the gallery interviewed with her. Ann Rhoney’s artworks unify the purity of photographic light, and the vibrancy of painted color. As an undergraduate at Cornell University in the 1970s, Rhoney fell in love with photography, but was disillusioned by the limitations of color film. She wished for her photographs to faithfully express the infinitely vast spectrum of color that the eye can see. Her natural response: to apply transparent oil paints directly onto her […]
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