Seasons of Reflections
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Our current art exhibit is entitled “Seasons of Reflections” a multimedia exhibit of works by six local artists, will be on view at All Souls Church in the West Village now through April 30. The public is invited to a reception on Sunday, February 26, from noon to 2 pm.
The exhibit features original work from the artful lives of All Souls’ art committee, including Maisie Crowther, Marie Gorst, Linda Hay, Beth McKinney, Trish Murtha, and Ann Newsmith.
In her watercolors, Maisie Crowther likes to observe how ice, fog, clouds, pond, river and ocean interact with other landscape elements to provide a dramatic contrast. Marie Gorst displays a collection of abstract oil paintings on paper and canvas. They are studies in color, texture and composition, inspired by both musical and visual stimuli. Linda Hay display scenes from outer Cape Cod, both her own painting and photographs, as well as the art that inspired her.
Beth McKinney delights in drawing or painting things important to her or which capture her imagination. Artist and art teacher Trish Murtha, who works in watercolor, mixed media, illustration and graphic design, says that she is “mesmerized by vivid shapes, changing color, shadow and light.” Ann Newsmith paints flowers and landscapes in watercolor, inspired by the natural beauty of Vermont.
The show will be on view Sundays from 12 noon to 2 p.m., and Monday through Friday, 9 am to 12 noon by appointment. The West Village Meeting House is located at 29 South St, West Brattleboro, www.ascvt.org, 802 254 9377.
You can learn more about art at All Souls Church and review previous on-line exhibits here.