Newtown Summer Event 2014
Cordially invites you to attend our opening
reception for Kelley Roy’s summer long contemporary fine arts exhibition .
Surface, Strokes & Light
Sunday, June 8, 2014
RSVP 203-304-9455, or call for an appointment following the opening.
Viewing is by invitation or appointment only.Curator: Meredyth Hyatt Moses
Artists: Peri Schwartz, Carole Bolsey, Robert Freeman, Julie Graham, Nancy Simonds, Jennifer Moses, Sterling Mulbry, Linda Huey,
Tim Sanchez, Jack Clift, Linda Ross, John Henry and Henry Lautz.
Peri Schwartz, Studio XXIV 54″x44″
Peri Schwartz is well known for her ability to fuse realism and abstraction and for the interplay of color, light and space in her compositions.
Her work is in the permanent collections of the British Museum, Harvard’s Fogg Museum and Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts along with many corporate and private collections. Her painting in this exhibition is entitled “Studio XXXV” and is an abstract still life of the bottles in her studio. .”
Carole Bosley, New Boats 48″x60″
Carol Bolsey has built a national reputation by using grand abstractions with recognizable shapes especially boats and barns as metaphors for people.
She is represented in a number of museum permanent collections as well as corporate and private collections. Bolsey has taught at Harvard and the
Rhode Island School of Design. Her painting in this exhibition is entitled “New Boats.”
Robert Freeman, First Impressions 70″x66″
Robert Freeman is both an artist and educator having taught at Harvard, the DeCordova and the National Center for African American Artists.
His focus is on telling the stories of the exchanges between people in social situations. His technique has been compared to that of Frantz Kline and Robert Motherwell. His painting in this exhibition is one of his earlier pieces dating from 1985, entitled “First Impressions.”
Laurel Hill Farm 57 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Newtown, Ct. 06470
Laurel Hill Farm
57 Mt Pleasant Rd.
Newtown, Ct 06470
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