My abstract art at an historic venue

It was busy and exciting start to the week for me. That’s because I was in Rome to exhibit at a rather unusual venue. The Palazzo Ferrajoli dates from the 16th century. As such, it offered a unique setting to display my newest abstract art.

Historic etching of Piazza Colonna
Rome’s Piazza Colonna with Palazzo Ferrajoli on the left

Because of the limitations of hanging in the ancient building, I chose to take three framed works from Diary of Wishful Tendencies. These oil paintings on paper contrasted beautifully with the historic interior.


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