Emily Bertucci

Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition

August 23 - August 30, 2022

Reception: Thursday, August 25, 2022, 6-8 PM

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The sea, a deep blue, almost black, leaps out from the background amongst a littering of bags, towels and beach accessories in Emily Bertucci’s Sunday. Swimsuited humans graze like livestock across the plane of the canvas in the bucolic beach scene. Smudged faces, their belongings strewn about, Bertucci’s subjects plant themselves along the sand against a flat and ominous ocean, the sky above contrasting in a cheery blue. The shadowing in her images are done in variants of blue which cast her figures in an oceanic glow. Working with oil on canvas, Bertucci is inspired by the quotidien and the beauty in the mundane.

Bertucci lives and works in Oceanside, California.


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Emily Bertucci

Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition

August 23 - August 30, 2022

Reception: Thursday, August 25, 2022, 6-8 PM

Sunday
Sunday

Oil on Canvas
60" x 24"

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The sea, a deep blue, almost black, leaps out from the background amongst a littering of bags, towels and beach accessories in Emily Bertucci’s Sunday. Swimsuited humans graze like livestock across the plane of the canvas in the bucolic beach scene. Smudged faces, their belongings strewn about, Bertucci’s subjects plant themselves along the sand against a flat and ominous ocean, the sky above contrasting in a cheery blue. The shadowing in her images are done in variants of blue which cast her figures in an oceanic glow. Working with oil on canvas, Bertucci is inspired by the quotidien and the beauty in the mundane.

Bertucci lives and works in Oceanside, California.


Sunday
Sunday
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Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition | August 23 - August 30, 2022

The Infinity of Thoughts
50" x 50" - Acrylic on Canvas
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