He's a particular fan of this piece of hers, as am I:
Isn't it lovely? The colors, the textures, the strength of the strokes. She says that a lot of her work is informed by her travels.
Since moving to New York, my desire to get on the road in the summer has increased. I need to see parts of the country that are more open and expansive, and to help feed my work with new places, experiences, views. I have to periodically get out of the chaos of New York, hit the road, and SEE.
I would love to see how she would paint the Catskills.
Read the whole interview here. And keep up with the series-- each artist who is profiled chooses the next one. Kind of cool.
P.S. I love how small the world is sometimes-- in the interview she references being at painting school in Umbria. It turns out she was my dear friend Juliana Sabinson's T.A. there once upon a time.