Beautiful, high quality reproductions of Larry Dubitskys soul inspiring
one-of-a-kind (privately collected) original water colors.
All Signature Prints
are 17 in. at their widest dimension. They are called Signature Prints
because I have individually signed each one. As the artist, I hope you
will enjoy looking through this web site. If you have a question or
comment I would love to hear from you
There are four categories of Signature Prints
Paintings Most of these paintings were created from imagination, or
from remembrance of a feeling or an event. For example, the hut in the
Andes Mountains became a mental symbol of the places of power, like Machu
Picchu and other vortexes of high
vibrations that exist in that area. The flashing lights on top of the
mountains are indications of this power.
Sketchbook The second category is called sketchbook. These pages,
taken directly from my sketchbooks, show the speed with which Im able to
capture character. Thats why my work has a Zen-quality. All of these
sketches have two or more figures on the page that I have related to each
other. The sketches, therefore, are exciting because their composition
and aesthetic sense tell a story.
Category 3: Nudes
These nudes are more intricate studies of the human form than those
in the Sketchbook category. The nudes celebrate the bodys beauty as well
as its flaws. Mostly these nudes communicate the human dignity and grace
that shines from the soul. Each drawing depicts the persons uniqueness.
I love drawing nudes with character and dignity, whether they are fat,
skinny, or beautifully proportioned, they are all beautiful to me.
Characters These are pictures of real people l know and love. Each
person is unique in his or her own fashion. Each painting reflects the
quality or qualities that make the person dear to me. I try to communicate
their inner strength.
These prints recreate a feeling or an emotional experience that can be
communicated and in no other way.
We feel privileged to have
four of Larry's paintings in our home. The two landscapes bring about feelings
of tranquility; the portrait of the violist is a study in depth and intensity
of character; the rhythmic contours in the study of the nude woman are
mesmerizing. While each painting is its own microcosm, we find that all of them
communicate feelings of peace and well-being.
Tony and Debbie Levy,
-- COLLECTORS' COMMENTS --
Each painting has the joy
of a freshly picked flower. I love the energy in Larrys work. I dont know how
to describe it exactly. All I know is, when we look at Larrys paintings, we are
somehow transformed. Whenever friends or family look at Larrys work, a subtle
smile appears on their faces. I think its a reflection of the spirit of the
paintings. There is an indefinable lyrical quality to Larrys work that
captivates me. His brush strokes on canvas are like a musicians notes on a
staff. Larrys images draw me into a world that unites us all on some level.
Its that connection that gives me pleasure every time I see his work in my
-- Patricia Dennis,