The rest of us may not be so fortunate to see as much of the world as painter Marc Dalessio, but thankfully, the artist is keen to share his vast experiences through pristine oils. 
World traveler and painter Marc Dalessio will share a selection of recent landscape and figurative works in a solo exhibition opening soon at Grenning Gallery in Sag Harbor, New York. The exhibition opens June 25 and continues through July 13. An opening reception will be held June 28, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Marc Dalessio, “Tina Under an Olive Tree,” 2014, 43 x 35 in. Grenning Gallery

Marc Dalessio, “Big Sur Cows,” 2014, oil, 42 x 55 in. Grenning Gallery

Dalessio exhibits paintings that testify to the artist’s deep reverence for nature, as seen in his wide-ranging travels, from Florence, Italy, to Big Sur in California. Born in Los Angeles and currently based in Zagreb, Croatia, Dalessio has seen and drawn inspiration from much of the world’s natural beauty.

Marc Dalessio, “Accordion Player,” 2014, oil, 8 x 12 in. Grenning Gallery

Marc Dalessio, “Church Window,” 2014, oil, 5 x 4 in. Grenning Gallery

Marc Dalessio, “Fisherman on the Banks of Arno,” 2014, oil, 8 x 12 in. Grenning Gallery

In addition to the artist’s ability creating captivating landscapes and cityscapes, he has trained as a portraitist and become highly accomplished in that genre. The present exhibition displays small-scale oil sketches alongside four- and five-foot canvases, offering diversity in size and price.
To learn more, visit Grenning Gallery online.


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