2014 LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION
September 3 - October 4, 2014
Opening Reception Saturday, September 6 5 - 7 p.m.
Scott Prior, Beach at Sunset, 2014, oil on panel, 15 x 18" Click image to preview the exhibition
SUSAN MIKULA RICK PAS SCOTT PRIOR ROBERT SWEENEY MARGARET WITHERS
William Baczek Fine Arts, in Northampton, Massachusetts is pleased to announce the opening of the 2014 Annual Landscape Exhibition. The show will be on display from Wednesday, September 3 until Saturday, October 4, 2014. The public is invited to an opening reception with the artists on Saturday, September 7 from five to seven p.m.
City Gallery in New Haven presents “Inklings”, an exhibition of new work by Karen Wheeler during the month of September. Wheeler’s playfully intriguing ink and mixed media drawings demonstrate an elegant complexity, a supremely delicate awareness of line, and a joyous spirit. “Inklings” runs from September 4- 28, 2014. Opening Reception is Saturday, September 6, 2-5 pm. City Gallery is located at 994 State Street, New Haven, CT, 06511. For further information call 203-782-2489, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.city-gallery.org. Gallery hours are Thurs. - Sun. 12- 4 pm or by appointment. Admission is free.
|artwork by Jo Mcginnis|
|Barbara Hendrix FIGS digital photograph|
New Haven Free Public Library Gallery (in the Business/Periodicals Room -- main level)
133 Elm Street, New Haven, CT 06510
Artist Reception: Saturday, September 6th, 2 to 4 PM.
Exhibition: September 3 - October 7, 2014
Climate in Provence lends a luminosity to the area’s geography, monuments and culture. Summer and winter bathe the country in sun with little rain until spring and autumn.
Some areas boast 300 sunny days of the year. The mistral, the infamous north-south wind of Provence, blows strong for days on end in winter and spring and is reputed
to have driven men mad, but in it’s wake leaves skies so clear and the light so brilliant as to seem unnatural. Van Gogh, Gauguin, Signac, Renoir, Vuillard, Caillebotte, Matisse,
Chagall, and Picasso all did much of their best work here.
Ochre-colored soil, vineyards, silvery-green olive orchards, fields of lavender, towering white limestone calanques on the sea and the turquoise of the Mediterranean set Provence
apart from other parts of France. One experiences a sense of well-being and an urge to see it all.
Art Gallery Director: Johnes Ruta (203) 387-4933
Sunday, Sept. 7, 2-3:30 p.m.
Free with Museum admission