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Chores by Thomas Stratton
Late Afternoon Sheds by Thomas Stratton
High Meadow Grazing by Thomas Stratton
Route 101 by Thomas Stratton
Above the Clouds by Thomas Stratton
Berry Flats in Fall by Thomas Stratton
The Carriage House by Thomas Stratton
Take Off by Thomas Stratton
Indian Summer by Thomas Stratton
Spring Woods by Thomas Stratton
Sweepers by Thomas Stratton
Rolled Bales by Thomas Stratton
Misty Morn by Thomas Stratton
The Summer Porch by Thomas Stratton
Ducking Under by Thomas Stratton
Young Sycamores by Thomas Stratton
Grandfather's Rake by Thomas Stratton
A Bird in the Bush by Thomas Stratton
Pooles by Thomas Stratton
Tea for Doc by Thomas Stratton
Ominous Circle by Thomas Stratton
Canadian Crossing by Thomas Stratton
Ready for More by Thomas Stratton
Knape Winter by Thomas Stratton
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About Thomas Stratton
THOMAS CHARLES STRATTON
Thomas Charles Stratton (1945- ) is an American realist whose paintings convey the simple beauty found in everyday subjects. His emotive works depict serene landscapes, everyday occurrences and common humanity, deliberately avoiding the artifacts of modern life. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries throughout the northeastern United States and in Canada, and can be found in the collections of many individuals and institutions.
Stratton makes his home in New York's mid-Hudson River valley. The area's great natural beauty has influenced his subject matter, as has his extensive travel and work experience on the New England coast and north into eastern Canada. Stratton's paintings recall a style reminiscent of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper. His subjects, always of a common nature, have a dignity that stems from a sense of timelessness. Their emotional flavor is seasoned by the use of light derived from a pallet of earth tones and purples.
Watercolor has been Tom's primary medium throughout much of his career (he first picked up a brush at the age of five), and he is a master of the genre. He also works in oils and acrylics, and as a mature artist, has shifted primarily to the latter medium, achieving an enhanced depth of emotion that is both confident and empowered.
Stratton is a graduate of the State University of New York at New Paltz (B.S., 1967; M.S., 1970), a former art teacher, and a member of the Arts Society of Kingston, Ulster Artists Online, and Trout Unlimited. His extensive body of work is a legacy and testimonial to all that is Americana.