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PASTORAL

FIGURES FLATTEN AS LAND EXPANDS.
PAINTER WINSTON FINISHES, SHIFTING TERRAIN.




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PASTORAL
"Pastoral," 2011. Acrylic & oil on canvas.
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Detail, "Pastoral," 2011. Acrylic & oil on canvas.
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Detail, "Pastoral," 2011. Acrylic & oil on canvas.
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Detail, "Jet of Water," 2011. Acrylic & oil on canvas. This piece from Winston's previous Fortnight gallery foreshadows the "Pastoral" approach of unbinding flesh tones from form.
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Untitled, 2010. Acrylic & oil on canvas. This earlier painting is before Winston's switch from straight portraiture to figures rendered with veiled luminosity and dashed boundaries.
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Thomas Cole (1801-1848), "The Course of Empire: The Arcadia or Pastoral State," 1834. The verdant hues of this Hudson River School piece mark Winston's new passage from form, to landscape.
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS

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JANUARY 3, 2011
 
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Fortnight is a documentary on the millennial generation. Millennials are the first generation raised on the Internet and the last to remember life unplugged. Discover the lives and ideas of 58 individuals coming of age as the world turns digital.