WAOWing the Centennial State / Hove, Shirley
Women Artists of the West
7/06/2013 - 7/28/2013
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

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Hove, Shirley

Shirley Hove

Big Thoughts
Pastel Pencil
22" x 18"
$950.00

Painting is not something that I chose to do because it seemed to be a fun pastime-but rather
something that I loved and just had to do. In a sense it chose me. The joy of painting has not been to create
photo realism nor strive for total abstraction, but an attempt to capture a selective beauty and emotion of the
subject to be shared with the viewer. To help achieve this, work has been done primarily from life in order to see
the color and shape created by light, and for a more direct response toward the subject.
Soli deo gloria...to God be the glory.
"As music is the poetry of sound, so is painting the poetry of sight."-Whistler.