Every Hour of the Light: The Paintings of Mary Sipp Green

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Every Hour of the Light: The Paintings of Mary Sipp Green

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Essay by Beth Venn
Foreword by Louis Zona, PhD

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11 x 11½ inches, 156 pages
141 color plates
ISBN: 978-0-9888557-6-2  $85

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American landscape painter Mary Sipp Green, based in the bucolic Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts, is superlative in her ability to pull in the viewer and transfer the accompanying emotions in her atmospheric landscapes and seascapes. The intensely saturated colors in her works evoke an immediate sense of place and a privileged window on an intimate tableau. Sipp Green achieves an ethereal, nuanced quality to her paintings that imparts a refined, inimitable serenity. Many of the subjects she paints—salt marshes, barns, meadows, rivers, and the occasional cityscape—are captured in the beautiful light of dusk or a luminescent sunrise. The effect is dreamy yet grounded and emotive.

Sipp Green’s work is widely collected in prominent private and public collections, including the D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts, part of the Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, Massachusetts and The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio.

Beth Venn is an independent curator and art historian. Previously, she was curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and senior curator of the department of American Art at The Newark Museum. At the Whitney Museum of American Art, she was associate curator of the Permanent Collection and later director of their branch museums. Louis Zona, PhD, is the executive director and chief curator of The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH.