Sightline

"Sightline" by Randall Stoltzfus, 2016, Acrylic dispersion on recycled polymer canvas, 60 by 96 inches

Work on this painting stretched over five months, from November 2015 to April 2016.

I know this because for the first time I got methodical about the cell-phone photos I habitually take at the end …

“Sightline”

Crown

Crown of Light | "Corona" by Randall Stoltzfus | Hand-painted circles in acrylic dispersion with gold leaf on recycle polymer canvas | 48 by 60 inches

This gold-toned painting builds from a dark fringe studded with cobalt violet deep toward a brilliant crescendo of bright white laced with 23 karat gold leaf.

Detail from center of “Crown” showing gilding

Both cobalt violet deep …

“Crown”

Close

"Close" by Randall Stoltzfus, 2016, Acrylic dispersion on polymer canvas, 21 by 30 inches

This painting, Close, was inspired by the physical sensation of light.

In this artwork, contrast across a range of blue, orange, and yellow tones generate energy and a soft central glow that emerges from …

“Close”

Vigil

"Vigil" by Randall Stoltzfus, 2016, Oil and gold leaf on linen, 15 By 24 Inches

Vigil is an oil painting on a deep ultramarine blue  background covered with brilliantly gilded dots. Each of these 24K gold dots is outlined by a circle in a different shade of blue. This circular …

“Vigil”

Wold

Inspired by the Labyrinth | The painting 'Wold' by Randall Stoltzfus

When I began work on Wold, I had just discovered the generative pattern used to draw the classical labyrinth. I loved that this ancient design has been around for thousands of years, and out …

“Wold”

Parapet

Winter light inspired by a walk in the snow | A painting titled "Parapet" by Randal Stoltzfus

The painting titled Parapet was inspired by an early morning walk through the city as snow was just beginning to fall.

The primary colors in the painting are black and white, but touches of …

“Parapet”

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