The light in Ramiro Fernandez Saus’s paintings has an extraordinary character. By day, it varies from the pale clarity of an equatorial morning to the glow of languid Mediterranean afternoons; at night, from the spotlights cutting through the darkness at the opera, to a bright moon hanging in the sky. Regardless of the light source it has the same effect: transporting the scenes that Ramiro depicts from reality to a dream world of heightened feeling. It is as if the house lights of the theatre are dimmed and we are watching a magical drama played out on the canvases before us.
Dreams in the Garden
- Long & Ryle Gallery
- May 9th, 2012 - June 9th, 2012
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