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Artist Ed Copley – The Genius Is In The Genes
Modern Day Old Master Brings Global Attention to Scottsdale Art Walk in One Man Exhibition
On Thursday, April 7, the Mainview Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona hosts the one-man exhibition of Ed Copley, the great, great, great grandson of John Singleton Copley (Colonial America’s foremost portrait painter). Copley developed his considerable artistic skills as a commercial illustrator, a restoration expert, and a master artist whose work is collected by museums and prominent private collectors worldwide. “More Than a Handful,” included in the exhibit, is a piece using copper as a canvas like works by Rembrandt, DaVinci and Renoir.
(Scottsdale, AZ – April 4, 2011) – The Scottsdale Art Walk features a very special artist for its April 7 First Thursday event – Ed Copley, a Master artist whose work is collected around the globe is holding court in Scottsdale this week. But the genes of artistic genius that make Ed Copley (www.edcopleyfineart.com) one of world’s finest painters are more than just heredity. Copley is known as a modern-day old master when it comes to art because he paints with an ‘old master’ technique – mixing his own paints, adding glazes, stretching his own canvas and even carving a frame for that special masterpiece. And for the artistic genes, John Singleton Copley (http://www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/gg60b/gg60b-main1.html) was the greatest American painter of the 18th century. His great, great, great grandson Ed Copley is following in those footsteps in the 21st century.
A one-man exhibition held at the Mainview Gallery (http://www.mainviewgallery.com/mainview/) at 7137 E. Main Street in Scottsdale opens on Thursday, April 7. Opening night includes an artist reception from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. allowing collectors and fans to meet the artist personally.
Copley’s work will be exhibited for one month. Copley notes that longevity is the test of the legacy of an artist.
“Look around at the great museums and see what stands the test of time. It is classical art, which is something that people can relate to and understand,” explains Copley. “It is a responsibility if you are going to execute quality paintings. It requires a lot of study, work and sensitivity. Every artist must try to accomplish his or her highest level of excellence.”