Harley Philip Booth, a painter from the East Coast of the United States, is known for his pastel landscapes. He draws from a wide range of travels throughout the USA and around the globe and is always looking for majestic and sweeping inspiration for his work.
“My favorite source of material comes from our National Parks,” he explains, “I think most Americans don’t fully appreciate the wonderful park system we have in place. It is a true treasure.”
Harley’s latest exhibition entitled, Mountains, will be on display here at Museo Chiribaya in the coming weeks.