Peidro is drawn to serene and lush forests, while Navarro paints the hustle and bustle of metropolises. Hanging together at Lotton Gallery in Chicago this November, the artwork will allow viewers glimpses into rural and city life—escapism and every day.
“I am a lover of nature and nature is a part of my daily life, whether [I am] hiking, running, painting, or practicing photography,” says Peidro. “I am fascinated with finding the most beautiful rolling hills, mountainscapes, trails, and streams that nature provides. With each of these new works, I want to share with the viewer the most tranquil spots from around the world. In these places, where the beautiful colors of autumn are on display, is where I find the most peace. I hope to bring this sense of tranquility to the viewer too.”
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