POMPEII:
The Immortal City

TheOrlando Science Center has collaborated with members of the Central Florida Watercolor Society to create work with a Pompeii theme.

TBD DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
AT THE
ORLANDO SCIENCE CENTER

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Ann Worrall is a native Floridian, born in Jacksonville, with a graduate degree in Special Education. Art has always been her passion, and after moving to Orlando and retiring, she began actively following her childhood dream of becoming an artist. She has studied under local and national artists in both watercolor and oil, and considers herself an impressionist. Being outside and painting on location in Plein Air, is her favorite activity. The simple beauty and wonder of nature inspire her to paint, and she would like her work to reflect the joy and spontaneity, she feels while painting. Her paintings have been exhibited in many local shows and venues in Central Florida.

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"Lone Ruin"
Watercolor, 2020


My husband and I visited Pompei on a trip to the Amalfi coast in January of 2011. It was a beautiful crisp day with a blue sky, and scattered cirrus clouds. I painted two of the scenes from my pictures that reminded me of the amazing ruins and the incredible ability of the society tha once inhabited Pompei. This painting depicts the eerie feeling I had observing the remains of the city that was once a beautifully constructed magnificent civilization.