Sixty watercolor paintings are at the center-point of George Voronovsky’s oeuvre. He may have begun these while living in Philadelphia, and continued painting them in Miami Beach. George painted the pictures that needed to be realized for himself, on cardboard that he found in alleys. They were expressions of the experiences he valued from his youth, tempered by soulful aspirations. He generated enough paintings to cover the walls of his room, leaving more stashed away in a drawer.
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