I have only two paintings up at Artists’ Gallery in July, but I hope you’ll stop by to take a look. One of them is “In Light of Our Knowledge,” a Picasso-inspired composition about the metaphor of “light” for seeing and knowing. It’s 36 x 36 inches and right at the end of the entrance hallway to the gallery. My other painting up this month is “Seeing Red”, a very different sort of work that is comprised of about a dozen or so layers of marks interspersed with lightly tinted transparent glazes, so that some marks become darker depending upon how deeply they’re buried in the painting.
There’s an opening reception on Saturday, July 6, from 5-9pm for this month’s featured artists at the gallery, Alla Podolsky and Charlie Katzenbach.
Also, note that the gallery has expanded its operating hours and is now open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11am – 6pm.