“Light Therapy” the Magical World of Ali Cavanaugh
I’m a huge fan of Ripley’s Believe It or Not. As one of my go-to sources for information, they are performing a service that the Library of Congress might look disdainfully upon as pedestrian. I consider them highly relevant. For example, they are monitoring something called the Centennial Light. In the “they just don’t make things like they used to” category, this is the oldest burning incandescent bulb which has worked continuously since 1901. If you ever find yourself near Fire Station 6 in Livermore, California, you can pop in for a visit. In second place, is the 1908 “Palace Bulb” which is quite the attraction at the Stockyards Museum in Fort Worth, Texas.
I certainly do not want to make “light” of Ali Cavanaugh’s gorgeous work. Her subjects radiate from the canvas.
Artist’s website: www.alicavanaugh.com
Gallery Representation: Wally Workman Gallery, L. Ross Gallery, Robert Lang Studios,
Special thanks to my friends at Style Blueprint for inviting me to guest blog today. Be sure to subscribe!
Bets…enjoyed meeting Ali today if even ever so briefly. Hope she has a great stay in Nashvegas. Her work is beautiful.
Bookmarked, I enjoy your site! 🙂
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Composition is one aspect. I agree that many realist in particular walk a fine line
what is the difference between illustration and fine art?
The skill here is impressive, but does it go any deeper than that?
Absolutely Beautiful! Definetly on my top 5 list!