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    Apache Junction in Spring- Arizona

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    Apache Junction Area 48”X36” $1,950
    This landscape shows the vibrant colors of spring in Apache Junction area. The sunset reflects the colors of purples in the Southwest. The majestic Saguaro standout as you look at the small town in the background, with harmony and dancing colors make this a landscape that stand out.

    Artist Biography:

    Artist Ed Cami lived and studied in Florence-Italy. He pursued his education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, Perugia and Florence. His artwork is in both Impressionist and Academic media reflecting his artwork style. His paintings are inspired by his love of colors-color swirls over the canvas; with strong, lively strokes.  He combines architecture and city scape scenes. He enjoys painting buildings in old neighborhoods in a varied of shapes and colors. He also creates figurative art, landscapes and still-life paintings in oil, watercolors, pastels and mixed media.

    • Master Degree in fine arts –Academy of Fine Arts, University of Florence, Italy.
    • Personal Exhibitions in Italy, Chicago and  Phoenix
    • Collective Art Grope Exhibitions in; Italy, Germany, Chicago, Phoenix
    • Two oil paintings in the Vatican modern Museum in Rome.
    • Decorated the Orthodox Church in Padova, Galzignano di Terme with many paintings.
    • One painting in Center of Giorgio La Pira, Florence-Italy
    • Portrait for Mrs. Reagan 1981, President Ronald Regan and Mrs. Reagan Collections
    • Oil Painting in  Italian-American Culture Center in Chicago
    • Mural to decorated the stage of Assyrian Culture Club in Chicago
    • Two oil paintings decorate Saudi Arabia Embassy in Washington D.C 1988
    • One painting decorate Qatar Embassy in Washington D.C 2011

    Specific details

    Name of Artist: Ed Cami
    Country United States
    Width (inches): 48'
    Height (inches): 36"
    Media Oil

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    Well, one must read the description with this painting. The artist projects such an enthusiastic spirit and I am immediately caught up! This painting surely conveys the fantastical, a place inspired by dreams of other realms -- yet within this world, shrouded in the lore of history and days gone by.

    I wish there was more socially motivated art such as this one about beach erosion; the concept is well symbolized with falling angles and elements. There is color (life) above but a cold bareness below.

    Very colorful meeting of shapes conveys a happy feeling. Looks like a gathering of boats -- as if they are all talking.

    I love this scene because I'm reminded of a wild beach I visited just like this. It is so beautifully designed and detailed that I am instantly transported. The strong composition draws me up and into the painting, to the water and horizon beyond. It is a wonderful experience.

    Beautifully painted, introspective and thoughtful portrait painted in warm colors of autumn, perhaps symbolizing the rich harvest of one's life experiences. The gaze is one of recalling memories gathering them all to a present moment in time.

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