From “Subtle Beauties” by Peggy Arenz in American Artist magazine.
“‘It’s difficult to surpass nature in her beauty or design,’ says artist T. Allen Lawson. But after working outdoors on location for many years, he became interested in developing images that require more time than plein air painting allows. ‘If you look at original work of some of the great painters,’ he says, ‘you can see that there are more exciting than the subject matter.'”