Abstract #8 by Lynne Averill

Color of Cornucopia
Through Jan 15

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Current Exhibition

Cornucopia of Color

11 Artists through January 16, 2021

Cornucopia of color

Curators Michael and Carolina Ellenbogen introduce Alfred Perry for the first time. Perry received his BFA degree in painting from Massachusetts School of Art in 1953. Assigned to military duty in Europe, he participated in the restoration of murals in Austria and sketched throughout Europe, with a focus in Trieste, Italy. He exhibited his work in the first Boston Art Festival, Boston’s Jordan Shows and is currently represented in galleries in New York, Boston and New England, as well as in private and corporate collections.

“Cornucopiaof Color” is bursting with autumn colors in a breathtaking expanse of arrangements, textures, shapes and patterns: yellows, purples, reds, browns, blues, greens and oranges, sometimes blended, sometimes solid and sometimes outlined. Artists including Dublin Durller-Wilson, Marcia Vogler, Mary FranLloyd, Dona Mara, Katrin Waite, Dan Mosheim, Michael L. Williams, Lynne Averill, Harry A. Rich, Richard D. Weis and James Vogler have created new artworks or opened the archives for the Ellenbogens.

An Archipelago of Darling’s Paintings in Manchester

“Impressions from the Faroe Islands” is a collection of watercolor paintings from the “Journal” series created by Reg Darling following his trip to the mountainous archipelago in the North Atlantic, in May of 2019.

Reg Darling “Eg. Live” where he shares impressions from the Faroe Islands, highlights from his creative process, performs a reading of one of his related essays and answer questions  from viewers is accessible by clicking - HERE.

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