This painting won 2nd place in the River Market Regional Exhibition! Check out the online catalogue.
The head curator from the Nelson-Atkins museum of Art was the judge. I feel good.
"Titterington’s series of sky paintings are intended to “bring the sky down, and to highlight the ever-present source of light and weather. When we open our eyes, sky provides the space and the light for seeing. Sky is openness or transparency itself, sheer luminosity. It is nature’s most elusive realm, and it provides a great metaphor for the self. As Rilke says, our inner lives are, for the most part, intensified skies.” "