In a Northern Light: Nick Alm at Arcadia Contemporary

by Matthew Innis |

The painters of the Scandinavian countries have a unique relationship with light.  By living in the north, they have chosen to court a fickle mistress, a sun who bestows nearly endless affection all summer, and who gives the artists nothing but neglect throughout the winter.  For those who paint during the height of the Nordic sun’s shining, the light is…

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