You may already be familiar with Rod Chase's work. He is a nationally known artist and has his paintings in galleries all over the country. He paints in a style called photorealism. "Photorealism is the genre of painting based on using the camera and photographs to gather information and then from this information creating a painting that appears photographic." (Wikipedia).
In Twilight in Central Park, the bridge makes a stunning focal point. Then, the water leads your eye to the beautiful buildings in the background. The color palate is minimal and consists of mostly greys, browns, whites, blacks, and blues. This combines to create a very soft, romantic feel to the painting. When combined with our Ansel Black frame, it creates a very striking image.