Theodore Waddell & James Cook - “Seen With The Brush”
This two-person exhibition of paintings by Theodore Waddell and James Cook explores dual interpretations of the western landscape. Waddell’s stylistic approach has become iconic across the Western States and beyond. His paintings reveal themselves as something frozen in time, something captured. His subject is nature and the animals existing within these wide open spaces. The artist’s newest book, Tucker Plays the Back Nine, will be available at the gallery as well. James Cook brings scenes from nature to life with each impasto brush stroke on canvas. His painting style evokes the impressionistic approach of capturing the essence of an instantaneous moment with a focus on movement and light. Cook’s subtle abstraction and attention to color create vibrant panoramas that awake the senses. This two-person exhibition will feature new work by both artists, offering a fresh perspective on long established artists.