Close your eyes just a second too long and the figures in Vincent Giarrano’s street scenes and interiors could easily walk away, disappearing into an unseen world lingering on the edge of the canvas. His paints hold them still, but their lives are ready to move forward. “My paintings are sort of fleeting, They don’t linger in one place for long, and only the paint keeps them there” the Connecticut-based painter says. “It’s a slice of life. They are people you might see for a split second while walking down the street. Your eye is drawn to them, and in a second they’re gone.” Through painterly depictions of urban street life, Giarrano captures moments in time – snapshots of everyday experiences. For Giarrano, beauty is found in the sincere and uncontrived and in “small, quiet moments (that) can speak volumes.”
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