Techspressionism: A New Art Movement Comes to Southampton, by Oliver Peterson, 20 April 2022, Dans Papers
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Artful Observer: Blog | Sept 4, 2015
At the Studio & Garden: Artist Roy Nicholson
by Debbie Wells

Roy Nicholson in his garden, photo by Debbie Wells

Meeting the Artist

The Long Island Rail Road is my choice mode of transportation when Manhattan is the destination of our Artful Circle gallery visits. My own personal travel experience begins at the popular Hicksville train station. Always bustling, it certainly would never be considered a place with particular visual appeal. However, there is one notable exception – a set of large mosaic murals flanking the seating area of the station’s lobby.

Whenever walking by, I make a point to gaze at the colorful tiles of the mosaic art. Although an abstract composition, its horizontal design alludes to a landscape. There are two murals, each with a different color scheme. Not knowing anything about them, I felt compelled to step close and imagine how they were created and the meaning behind the swirls of color and texture. It wasn’t until much later that I spotted the plaques identifying the artist and title of the works. [continue reading]