Main Galerie ~ Ewelina Bochenska

Paintings

 September 11th to October 22, 2017
 

 

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Ewelina’s paintings were recently featured in a Project Room exhibition.  Characteristic of her work is an assertive impasto paint handling with a palette that primarily steers toward brighter hues. Yet just enough even tones are included to simmer things down.  The subject matter loosely references landscapes in a playful way that teases out a perfect balance between lyricism and serious, solid painting.  In a couple of pieces yarn is included as a visual element that seamlessly blends in with the painting. Another interesting contrast is between the relatively simple forms and the complexity of the color and compositions.

 

 

 

 

Project Room ~ Frankie Gardiner

Paintings

 

 

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We are very pleased to show paintings by Vermont artist Frankie Gardiner in the Project Room. These paintings offer a splendid complement to Ewelina Bochenska’s paintings, though this work is more directly figurative.  Frankie’s paintings tap into a similar sensibility found in Farrell Brickhouse’s paintings.  There is a sweet naiveté in these diminutive pieces with their references to nature and human forms.  Each painting is like small personal poem. The palette is gently colorful which segues in perfect harmony with the subject matter.