Paul Pedulla’s contemporary paintings begin with fresh ideas about space and place. They are representational yet minimal. What you see is a moment, often revealing a relationship between neighboring houses, a house and the sky, a road and the landscape, the sky and the sea, figures in an environment or a window and the world it views.
The artist has been featured in ARTSCOPE Magazine, Boston Voyager Magazine, and his work has appeared in The Boston Globe and numerous other publications and blogs. He has had pieces accepted into many juried venues, including the “Off the Wall” Exhibition at Danforth Art Museum, juried by Dina Deitsch of the deCordova Museum. In addition, his work has appeared in exhibitions at Boston Public Library, Heartwood College of Art in Maine, Mass General Hospital's Illuminations program and more.
Works by Paul Pedulla have been singled out by art professionals, educators and interior designers from Seattle to New England, and can be found in collectors’ homes and businesses from California to Germany.