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Architecture in COLOR

rchitect Michael Imber has painted thousands of watercolors—poetic scenes that display soft, finely-honed architectural details, vibrant, inventively blended colors, and a keen eye for texture, line, and luminosity. But he rarely shares them with anyone. Displaying, he notes, is not the point. It’s about digging into a building or a place, and really there. And not just recording something, but understanding it, and bringing his own humanity to it.

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