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Scarano, #1, Autumn Light, Oil on canvas
Scarano, #2, Sun Swept Dunes, Oil on can
Scarano, #3, Overlooking the Marsh, Oil
Scarano, #4, The Porch, Oil on Canvas pa
Scarano, #5 Old Glory, Oil on canvas pan
Scarano, #6 Walkers Mill, Oil on canvas
Scarano, #7 Chincoteague Sunset, Oil on
Scarano, #8, Tulips in Sunlight, Waterco
Scarano, #9, Scattered Leaves, Watercolo
Scarano, #10, Blue Irises, Watercolor, 7
 

Autumn Light

Oil on canvas panel    •    22" x 28"    •    2020    •    $900

Scarano, #1, Autumn Light, Oil on canvas
 

Sun Swept Dunes

Oil on canvas    •    24" x 36"    •    2019    •    $1,100

Scarano, #2, Sun Swept Dunes, Oil on can
 

Overlooking the Marsh

Oil on canvas panel    •    11" x 14"    •    $395

Scarano, #3, Overlooking the Marsh, Oil
 

The Porch

Oil on Canvas panel    •    11" x 14"    •    2020    •    $375

Scarano, #4, The Porch, Oil on Canvas pa
 

Old Glory

Oil on canvas panel    •    9" x 12"    •    $300

Scarano, #5 Old Glory, Oil on canvas pan
 

Walkers Mill

Oil on canvas panel    •    11" x 14"    •    2018    •    $395

Scarano, #6 Walkers Mill, Oil on canvas
 

Chincoteague

Sunset

Oil on canvas panel    •    9" x 12"    •    2020    •    $300

Scarano, #7 Chincoteague Sunset, Oil on
 

Tulips in Sunlight

Watercolor    •    7 1/2" x 9 1/2"    •    2020    •    $250

Scarano, #8, Tulips in Sunlight, Waterco
 

Scattered Leaves

Watercolor    •    9 1/2" x 12"    •    2020    •    $275

Scarano, #9, Scattered Leaves, Watercolo
 

Blue Irises

Watercolor    •    7" x 9 1/2"    •    2020    •    $225

Scarano, #10, Blue Irises, Watercolor, 7
 
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Pristine Clarity in Water and Oil

Pat Scarano is a painter who loves watercolor and oil equally. Pat started exclusively in watercolor from 2003 to 2012, mastering the unruly, runny medium to produce landscapes, still lifes and portraits that capture the realistic precision of a photograph.

 

In 2012, she branched out into oil, creating even more opportunities to create paintings that capture microscopic detail with limpid clarity. 

 

Pat taught art in the Wilmington public schools for 31 years before pursuing watercolor painting on a trip to Ireland in 2003. A trip to France in 2012 convinced her to take up oil. Now, she toggles between the two mediums, proving that oil and water can indeed mix.