Creating a Vision for the Future
through Reflections of the Past
Scottsdale International Auto Museum is proud to have Lucretia Torva as one of their artists. Her series of paintings depicting classic cars along Route 66 are on display at our museum. This award winning artist is one of the few that captures an accurate portrayal of reflective surfaces such as chrome and stainless steel on canvas.
Lucretia Torva is now creating an inspirational statement taking us into the next decade and beyond. Vintage automobiles and motorcycles, as a subject, are a natural outgrowth of Lucretia's desire to depict reflections and refractions of all types of surfaces. Reflections symbolize the many levels and interpretations of reality.
The result is art work that is entertaining, visually stimulating and captivating. Viewing a painting by Lucretia Torva is an experience in delight with detail that allows one to delve more deeply into the composition, thus allowing the viewer to weave their own story.
Lucretia grew up instilled with the philosophy to pursue freedom of thought, free enterprise and free will as the guiding principles for herself and as a member of society. In the spirit of re-purposing, and not reinventing the wheel, these ideas are embodied in the machines of the recent past.