CCCA MEMBER EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES
Feb. 27, 2015 — March 29, 2015
Sat, March 7, 2015
510 Warren Street Gallery
510 Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534
Fri., Sat., 12-6, Sun. 12-5
“Cow Portraits” is a collection of paintings in oil and mixed media inspired by photos of cows that the artist has taken over the years. These are intimate portraits. The viewer is brought face-to-face with the fullness and dignity of these large animals. Each cow’s attitude, at the moment of encounter with the artist, comes to life through the expression in their eyes.
Nancy Ghitman began painting more than 30 years ago when studying at the Academy des Beaux Arts in Liege, Belgium. Since that time, she has received inspiration from several teachers affiliated with art schools in New York and Massachusetts. After moving to the Berkshires full time and retiring from teaching, Ms. Ghitman has devoted herself to painting as her primary occupation. She has created several different series of paintings that were exhibited in the Berkshire area.
She views herself as a primitive expressionist: artistic interpretation and expression is the key to her creative work. She believes that the essence and primal quality of the subject is equally important as it allows the creative moment to emerge and breathe through the image. She considers the creative process to be one of the most important factors that drives her work often leading her to explore and mix different mediums. The result is often a medley of intention and spontaneity in paintings that give new life to familiar forms.
To view works by Nancy Ghitman at the 510 warren Street Gallery on line, visit 510warrenstgallery.com
Marlene Wiedenbaum, PSA
Feb. 27, 2015 — March 25, 2015
Friday, Feb. 27, 2015
Clement Art Gallery
201 Broadway at Monument square
M-F 10:00 am–6:00 pm, Sat., 10:00 am–4:00 pm
Image Above: Franny Reese Path II, Pastel, 24" x 36" Objects.
To view more works by Marlene Wiedenbaum, visitwiedenbaum.com
“The Forgotten Holocaust – A Family Story”
Photo Encaustic Documentary
Jan. 23, 2015 — Feb. 27, 2015
Friday, Jan. 23, 2015
Barrett Art Center
55 Noxon Street
Image: “Siberian Cattle Train of Children”
Beeswax, Pigment Oils and Found Objects.
photo encaustic documentary consisting of 20 pieces that portrays a family story of a young girl’s journey of deportation to a Siberian Labor Camp and ultimate freedom and journey through Persia, Mexico and the United States. An epic story of strength and the will to survive is told through the medium of encaustic: beeswax, pigment oils and found objects.
To view more works by Maria Kolodziej-Zincio, visit www.mariakz.com
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