Joshua Lance’s latest solo exhibition, “Pieces Of Italy … And Beyond,” is on view at the Bank of Princeton in Lambertville, N.J., through April 15.
The artist returned to his hometown of Lambertville in 2018, after spending two months in Siena, Italy, painting Italian landscapes with easel in tow. This was his third trip to Italy, after painting in Rome, Florence and the Amalfi Coast in 2016 and 2017.
Lance is known as a street painter in the Lambertville-New Hope area, where he sets up his French easel in different parts of town and paints on location. He sells his work straight from his easel and basket full of small paintings of local scenes. Lance has used this method to paint in other places he’s lived and worked, such as Taiwan, Portugal and Italy.
His latest exhibition gives viewers an unscripted peek into the solitary Italian life of Tuscany, along with other works from other countries where he’s worked and lived.
Lance has been a professional painter for over 25 years and has exhibited internationally. He is currently self-represented by The Art Gallery in New Hope and sells plain air work on location. Contact Lance at email@example.com or visit him online.