Creative Living Works

David Terrar


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Maryland Artist David Terrar survived a heart attack. The medical team politely referred to “Golden Hour,” last hour of life. (20) During the recovery he observed the mysterious “The Golden Hour” color shift of the last hour of daylight. (18) Challenged to imitate the golden glow in his landscapes he used metal-leaf, gold-leaf, patinas, oil, and other mixed-media. (19) It is a unique technique.(5) During the mid-19th century, the "Luminist" style emerged to address the magical, glowing effects of light. (16)

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