‘Stone, Paper, Scissors, Paint’ exhibition opens on 5 January in Damariscotta

'Stone, Paper, Scissors, Paint' exhibition opens on 5 January in Damariscotta

River Arts in Damariscotta plans to current “Rock, Paper, Scissors, Paint” by 4 artists in 4 settings from Thursday, January fifth to Wednesday, February 1st. Proven is “Clark Island” by Laurel Dodge. submitted photograph

DAMARISCOTTA — River Arts is at 36 Elm St.

Related by their reflective strategy, these artists delve into personally related subjects. In keeping with the assertion made by the gallery, the reception of the artists was set for 14:00-16:00 on Saturday, January twenty first.

Holly Anderson Bamm says, “I selected mixed-tech artworks that mix symbolism, approach, and creativeness in acquainted methods. I imagine that artistic endeavors share like a narrative; They inform us one thing and ask questions. My want is for the viewer to get pleasure from having a number of methods of pondering, reflecting and questioning whereas spending time with these artistic endeavors.”

Alice de Mauriac’s concentrate on the method in his summary work is important for the works. A number of layers of paint utilized and eliminated and reapplied construct on high of one another. Its lyrical color, sturdy use of paint and sgraffito create an environment of immediacy and private reminiscence. The impression of misplaced and located, rising and fashioned, is dissolved by a sense of longing and hope.

Laurel Dodge is a nature photographer who enjoys element. She exposes the pure world by means of an in depth and private lens, usually pushing actuality to the restrict of abstraction. On this present, she focuses sharply on the geology of the Maine coast and divulges how 1000’s of years of geological processes create her personal artwork by means of stone.

Judy Nixon describes the inspiration for her work: “I like to color scenes from my space in Maine, similar to landscapes, seascapes, or creatures from the Pemaquid peninsula. I am additionally excited to seize the great island environment of Monhegan each time I’ve the chance to go to. My creative strategy is predicated on my private connection to the topic, with gentle and shade enjoying an vital position within the design.

Gallery working hours are from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 16:00.

For extra data go to: riverartsme.org or name the gallery at 207-563-6868.

“Between the Flowers and the Moon” by Alice de Mauriac. submitted photograph

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