Virginia Dauth

Painting the landscape for Virginia Dauth  is to see the beautiful subtle colors that light brings to life in nature.
Virginia defines her style as expressive colorism, with the use of bold stroke and the pushing of intense color.
Painters not only look but they see the beauty that most overlook. We see color in the shadows; luscious plum, navy blues and the light dancing off the shimmering leaves of a tree. A painter can find the beauty in flowers that have gone to seed, the texture, patterns and shapes that reveals a splendid composition to paint. We translate what we see and feel about a place, the warmth or coolness of the air, the atmosphere and time of day into their own sensibilities of mark making, color, and compositional arrangements.
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Featured Piece:
Blue Bonnets II
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Summer Fields I
16 x 16 in
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Poppies and Poplars
13 x 13 in
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Blue Bonnets
Pastel   
6 x 6 in
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Blue Bonnets Framed 
Pastel   Pastel   
11 x 11 in 
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Blue Bonnets II Framed 
Painting   Pastel   
11 x 11 in 
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Distant Mts. 
Pastel     
16 x 16 in 
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Flaming Marsh 
Pastel 
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French Pastural II 
Painting   Pastel   
9 x 9 in 
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Lazy Afternoon 
Painting   Oil on Canvas   
18 x 24 in 
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Low Tide 
Pastel     
16 x 16 in 
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Pasture 
Painting   Pastel   
6 x 6 in 
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Pasture Framed 
Painting   Pastel   
11 x 11 in 
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Sisters 
Pastel     
16 x 16 in 
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Summer Fields II 
Pastel     
16 x 16 in 
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Winding Brook 
Pastel     
13 x 13 in