Of her art at Flourishes she states, “This body of work reflects exercises in energy release and focused details. Past pieces as well as work created in recent weeks find common ground in the process of reflection and patterns of making. I find a need to work fast and furiously and then focus in to create with delicacy and minute detail. The camouflage of texture and color, the natural form of the fall of light, and the variety of surface created by flame, tool or hand are all embraced as essential elements.”
Studio D will also contain fifteen paintings by Ron Bartanen from Sullivan. Ron has displayed almost continuously at Flourishes since opening in 2012, but these landscapes in oil, acrylic and watercolor have not been exhibited in this location before. Many are recent creations, as his is making time in his schedule to let his creative juices flow and visitors to Flourishes get to benefit. He will also be available at the opening.