The hardcover book includes McCormick’s paintings and charcoal studies done over a period between 1995 and 2001. Essays by Susan Hillhouse, the Chief Curator of Art at The Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, California and Ron Glowen, an independent and nationally published art critic based in Seattle, Washington, add to the rich visual dialogue of McCormick’s work.
McCormick is a Bay area artist who has lived in California since 1971. He is part of a group of contemporary landscape painters who combine elements of modernism with those of traditional landscape painting. McCormick creates images from his immediate environment and from childhood memories of lakes and waterways to create works that are evocative of the mysterious and the fragile in nature. His art demonstrates a deep involvement with the craft of painting, the alchemy of rendering form, and the modulation of tone and hue.
His work is collected nationally and he is represented by galleries in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Montreal and Park City. His home and studio is in Marin County, California.
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Hardcover, 12”x9”, 128 pages
76 duotone and four color images
print run of 2000 Price $35