Oil Interiors by Matt Condron

After spending his first 12 years in the Los Angeles cultural aura of Southern California, Matt Condron moved with his family to a small, rural Connecticut town. Since his 20s, he has at various times claimed New York City, rural Montana, Arizona, Seattle, San Francisco and Mexico as his home. A longtime, avid photographer, he appreciates the importance of a moment—the preciousness of a fleeting opportunity. He’s been painting for nine years and received an honorable mention in the interior/landscape category of The Artist’s Magazine 2008 Annual Competition. He has a show slated in July with the Arden Gallery in Boston. Visit his website at www.mattcondron.com.

To read more about Condron, see the April 2010 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here is some art that didn’t appear in the issue.

Epiphany (oil, 24×34)

Café at the Crossing (oil, 34×24)

Still Morning Motor Court (oil, 48×70)

Revellers (oil, 24×24)

The Old Terminal
(oil, 40×60)

Central Valley Siding (oil, 24×34)




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