Group exhibit of painting and printmaking
March 2 – April 29
Artists’ reception: Wednesday, April 6, 6-8 pm
Landscape Re-Imagined is an exhibition of painting and printmaking that examines the concept of landscape. This exhibit will feature painterly monotype prints by Gail Flanery, evocative paintings by Norma Greenwood and Kamilla Talbot, and representational paintings by Ella Yang. Landscape Re-Imagined considers how artists respond to and translate their outer worlds. The four artists in this exhibit take their impressions in astonishingly different directions.
Gail Flanery, Embayment II, pastel on monotype, framed 34″x46″
Norma Greenwood, Sunday Morning, oil on canvas, 36″x36″
- Kamilla Talbot, Seydisfordur Red Road, oil on linen, 50″x54″
- Ella Yang, Swiftcurrent Lake Sunset, oil on linen, 24″x36″
We will ring in the new year with this beautiful exhibition of abstract artworks celebrating the infinite, cyclical nature of life. This exhibit will feature exquisite leaf prints by Jessica Baker, sensual graphite and acrylic paintings on paper by Ellen Chuse, and ephemeral “stain” paintings on canvas by Laura Lee-Georgescu.
Please join us for an artists’ reception on Wednesday, February 2, 6-8 pm.
Laura Lee-Georgescu, "High Altitude", Acrylic on cotton, 70" x 97"
Ellen Chuse, "Goddess", graphite and acrylic on paper, 49"x35"
Jessica Baker, "Three Birch", Monotype print, 6” diameter, framed 14" square