The interconnectedness of a vast number of species sheltered, fed and protected by seagrass habitats is an inspiration for my abstract landscapes.
My work is concerned primarily with images from nature, and is focused on exploring my emotional response to various aspects of the landscape.
My paintings may be about a specific or invented place, or a certain experience of a place. Using colors, forms, and transparency of medium, manipulating them with memory and brushes, the images become “abstracted” landscapes.
B. Glee Lucas is an oil painter in Boston’s South End Arts District.
My paintings are oil on canvas or panels, inspired by Armenian ancestry and history.