Gleason Fine Art Presents Three New Shows:
Henry Isaacs: Working Color, Carole Hanson: Stone and Sea, and Abbey Ryan: New Still Lifes
|Dates: For All Three Shows: July 30 - September 1 |
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Henry Isaacs: Working Color:
Cranberry Island artist HENRY ISAACS paints with energy, passion, and self-assurance. His style--broken brushwork with a palette of blues, mauves, greens, and yellows--marks him as one of the most recognizable artists working in Maine, or anywhere, today. In person, Isaacs is as engaging an individual as you will ever meet.
Carole Hanson: Stone and Sea:
Bremen sculptor CAROLE HANSON is renowned for the beauty of both her forms and her materials, which range from silky marbles to rough Maine field stones. For her show "Stone and Sea," Hanson has returned to one of her favorite themes, the sea. With "La Mer," she chose a gorgeous, milky hunk of marble to carve a classically beautiful head of a woman whose gracefully coiled chignon resembles a seashell.
Abbey Ryan: New Still Lifes:
Philadelphia artist ABBEY RYAN makes some of the most exquisite still life paintings you will ever see. Her background includes undergraduate and graduate degrees in both fine art and medicine, a combination that would have been understood and appreciated by such great Renaissance artists as Da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Reception for the artists: First Friday, August 7th, 5-7pm.