Marion Di Quinzio
Color in Motion
Now If You'd Only Hold Still, oil on linen.
Dutch-born artist Marion Di Quinzio brings color to the forefront in a new series of paintings, titled “Color in Motion”. The am orphic shapes are seemingly suspended, precisely rendered in oil on linen, in bold fields of the most intense greens, blues, and of course, orange.
I Blow My Horn, You Toot Yours, oil on linen.
Using titles with a sense of whimsy, such as “I Blow my Horn, You Toot Yours”, Marion Di Quinzio is leaving interpretation to the viewer. The shapes seen are unlike anything usually seen with the naked eye; they seem reminiscent of microscopic images. There is a peaceful quality with these paintings, beneath their brightness and strange shapes, like finding a silent sanctuary in the middle of a city.
Jumping Through Hoops, oil on linen.
Marion Di Quinzio was born in the Netherlands, graduated from Carnegie-Mellon, with a masters from the University of Pittsburgh, and has lived all over the world. Marion now calls Philadelphia home, with her husband, artist Sal Di Quinzio.
Even Kisses Drop the Ball Sometimes, oil on linen.
Sept. 19- Nov. 2
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