Half-fathom

Dark Blue painting with many tiny hand painted circles in white, silver, gold, and green that radiate down and out from the center of the top edge, titled Half fathom and painted by Randall Stoltzfus

My title for this painting, Half-fathom, is a reference to Jackson Pollocks vertical canvas Full fathom five at MoMA. Pollock’s title comes from a passage in Shakespeare’s The Tempest, where the character Ariel describes …

“Half-fathom”

After

Midnight on the Water | "After" by Randall Stoltzfus, 2014, acrylic dispersion, palladium and gold leaf on recycled polymer canvas, 34"x39"

After was begun at the same time as the paintings Cove and Port. It was completed once those paintings had been installed in the space onboard the MV Britannia for which they were commissioned.…

“After”

Cove

Cove by Randall Stoltzfus

Cove is one of two paintings commissioned for P&O’s cruise ship MV Britannia. The other painting created for this project is Port.

When asked to write about my inspiration for the paintings for the …

“Cove”

Port

"Port" by Randall Stoltzfus. 2014, acrylic dispersion, palladium and gold leaf on recycled polymer canvas, 34"x39"

This painting and it’s sister painting “Cove” were commissioned by Tempest Radford Ltd for the MV Britannia, a British cruise ship.

“Port” hanging on board the MV Britannia. photo credit Jeanne Horak-Druiff

Thanks to …

“Port”

Penumbra

"Penumbra" by Randall Stoltzfus, 2009, oil, iridescence, and palladium leaf on canvas, 60 by 96 inches

The painting now known as “Penumbra” was first exhibited in 2004 with the title “Will o’ Wisp.” It is one of a series of paintings inspired by visual phenomena experienced while walking in the forest …

“Penumbra”

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