Robert Dorlac - "Upernavik: Springtime Place"
Inspired by Rockwell Kent, a twentieth-century printmaker and painter who traveled and documented the barren wilderness of Alaska and Greenland in the 1920s, Robert Dorlac, too, seeks to paint the world’s most remote and isolated places. His current body of work emerged from his residency in Upernavik. The artist’s interest in the island’s geology greatly influenced his watercolor paintings and monotypes of the islands, fjords, glaciers and icebergs in the region.
Created by Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Ter
Minneapolis, MN 55403