Domes, an older painting from 2011-12 was temporarily installed over a fireplace last summer. Domes was an experiment in using two places (St. Peter’s Basillica and the Pantheon both in Rome but built 1500 years apart) in the same painting. A dynamic landscape.
A combination of northern Italian church architecture (Alpine) and central Italian architecture (Tuscan). One type of building. Two different styles, materials, and color schemes. Two different places, but the same purpose.