Saturday, June 09, 2007

Seeking solitude - Larry Mosca

An artists finds himself in a loop...yet he is an Ornithologist in his own right

How does one approach this work without feeling how beautiful these islands are, Trinidad and Tobago. Larry Mosca sees it too with his photo-realistic paintings of tropical birds, forna and wetlands most likely observed from the Asa Wright Nature Centre or from other protected sanctuaries throughout the country.

his exhibition, "Reverence for life" held at Horizons gallery in Port of Spain, Mr. Mosca exhibited thirty seven works in which he followed a calculated formula of what he believes his art represents, and how it should look. They are scenes painted to many framed dimensions to suit a Cooperate office or a living room space. Needless to say, this is his market and like his contemporaries, paintings vignettes of an idyllic place gives the art buyer the pleasure of capturing a part of it which many Trinidadians neglect. - thebookmann

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