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It's also right next to the main town of this island.

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The West side of the island is open to the wide Ionian sea and is battered by winter storms which causes the soft white rock to crumble into white sand. Acrylics on canvas Available Cliffside 1 The vertiginous view of this beach cliff inspired me. With this painting on your wall you will be forever reminded of the turquoise blue summer seas of Greece. I captured this image of Milos beach, so called because of the old ruined windmill top right of the painting Milos is Greek for windmill. Sometime the winter in Greece can be very cold, which dusts the distant mountains with snow. For availability and pricing please contact the gallery. Gialos Skala Beach A winter evening visit to this local beach was an absolute treat because I managed to capture the wild weather on the horizon as the sun set. Despite being one branch down it's still standing. Fradkin currently lives on Staten Island. I love the dark tree line way above the loose foreground of sand and sea grass.

I captured this image of Milos beach, so called because of the old ruined windmill top right of the painting Milos is Greek for windmill.

This painting signals the returning long hot days of summer. Acrylics on canvas Available Luz The spring blossom of was prolific, this almond tree stands opposite my studio window.

The West side of the island is open to the wide Ionian sea and is battered by winter storms which causes the soft white rock to crumble into white sand.

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Acrylics on canvas Available Cliffside 1 The vertiginous view of this beach cliff inspired me. Despite being one branch down it's still standing.

A remembrance that although the days may be dark there is always a return to the light.

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I called this painting Luz because this is the ancient Aramaic name for this tree. I love the dark tree line way above the loose foreground of sand and sea grass.

Biography Lucy Fradkin is a self-taught artist whose passion for art and art making has informed her life for as long as she can remember.

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Acrylics on canvas. The iconography of the graphic and design styles of the s and s, from which she draws her early aesthetic sensibilities, influences her work to this day. My most recent work represents my greatest loveā€¦the natural world. Artist Statement With sources ranging from the ancient frescoes and mosaics of Etruria, Rome and Byzantium to Indian and Persian miniatures, from vernacular, hand-painted signage to folk art, my paintings capture timeless moments through a contemporary lens. Fradkin currently lives on Staten Island. I was also captivated by the vertiginous view as the eye is led down to the bottom left of the painting where the cliffs meet the sea. In the distance Exmoor is shrouded in a fog bank. A remembrance that although the days may be dark there is always a return to the light. Gialos Skala Beach A winter evening visit to this local beach was an absolute treat because I managed to capture the wild weather on the horizon as the sun set. Despite being one branch down it's still standing. My figures are reticent and static, endowing my scenes with a mysterious and solemn aura.

Sometime the winter in Greece can be very cold, which dusts the distant mountains with snow.

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