Virginia Cantore’s work contrasts the seemingly wild and unstructured world of nature with the human need to impose order. It is about music, poetry and paint.
Allison Watson, a lifelong environmentalist, creates images of the natural world with rich painterly canvases representing the vanishing and endangered wild places that must be protected.
Susan Ober’s strong ongoing interest in portraiture leads to the capturing, preserving, magnifying and revealing of interpretive discoveries in natural transient subjects with an illuminating intensity.
Mary St. Germain’s, inspiration is sparked by the natural world that drives her exploration and manipulation of color with complexities that capture her reflections on life, time and seeds of new beginnings.
Laurie Hitzig’s sensitive exploration of birds and nature forms interpreted in mixed media resonate with considerations of spirituality, feminism and strength in a highly personal reflective and introspective way.
Reception: Friday, September 9, 6-9 p.m. CoRK arts district, East Gallery, 2689 Rosselle St. 32204