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…her “Mohonk’s Skytop” is perfection. At ease with her brush, Edlund draws the eye up the face of the rocks to the tower at their crest.
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With one stroke of her pen, Carolyn Hutchings Edlund destroys international impressions of the title "New York": neon lights, bustling crowds and towering skyscrapers. There's nothing taller in Edlund's "New York Moment" — easily the most beautiful work in the exhibit — than a loose-constructed tree slightly off-center canvas. Flanked by seven smaller companions, the tree rises from a hayfield dotted with bales of hay, and backed by a magnificent skyscape. The pale hayfield foreground; the eye-stopping solitary tree looming mid-ground; the celadon blue sky sliced by moving cloud diagonals all give the painting depth. But more overpowering than the artist's shapes and composition; more beautiful than the reflection of sunlight on the field or on the lip of an individual leaf, is the remarkable green of the trees. One thinks immediately of the paintings of John Constable, one of England's two greatest landscape painters. A master artist known internationally and collected in Canada, England, Germany, France, Italy, and the United States, Edlund is represented by galleries in both the United States and the United Kingdom. She has been published in "American Artist" and featured in the U.K. magazine "Island Living."   
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