Rowe, Mack

March 27, 2014. Firnew Artist Portraits

I enjoy the endless possibilities I’ve discovered painting with watercolors. A wonderful medium for personal expression, the transparent colors continue to afford me new ways of creating dramatic images of Light, Shadow, and Color. It’s Fun!

My creative process begins with quiet study and thought about a painting. I then explore small value studies in pencil. Later I move to convert these to quick color studies. Decisions I make during these explorations result from the surprises and delights I find. It’s an illumination experience born of inter quietness.

My artistic purpose is to surprise and entertain, to bring new vision to the wonder and mystery of Nature that abounds around us. As you explore my visual interpretations, I invite you to bring your own interpretive vision. My intention, my hope is that you and I together share and create the unfolding visual experience.

I love moving each painting into vibrant light and color. Light is the positive force in our lives. It surrounds and sustains us. And it is my preoccupation to bring it into my work.

The Light! The Light! I sing the Light!

Search it our for its warming glow!

See Life’s colors in each living moment

BE in the Light, for it is Life.


To be featured at SPACES & PLACES at Woodberry Forest School September 5 - October 25, 2015 Opening Reception on September 19th, 2015 5-7 PM

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One thought on “Rowe, Mack

  1. I love Mack Rowe and his work. He has blessed me in so many ways over the last 6 years and I thank God to have him and Annie in my life. Love and prayers, Jacklyn

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