Exhibit features multiple works from each of the artists in the hallways and rooms of the Hill Center, on three floors!
On view from Thursday, March 2 - Sunday, April 30
This show is generously sponsored by the Hill Rag.
Works are for sale and 30% will go to support the Hill Center.
A column by Jim Magner
"For the 14th year of my column, Art and the City, I elected to look back at some of the artists I had profiled in years past. I was looking for contrasts—for the creative journeys that bring new directions and new perceptions. What I found was dedication – a fervid reaching for excellence and evolving insights that let them soar higher, while ever-testing and questioning the meaning of it all. For all of these artists, the intervening years have been full of art – full of seeing, searching, and living visually. By being creative, they have given true value to time. This is a terrific show in the variety of subjects and styles.
- The quality of work is exceptional and intellectually exciting, from:
- The ever-exploring idea art of Alan Braley,
- The mystical watercolor landscapes of Tom Bucci,
- The abstracted visual rhythms of Tati Kaupp,
- The internal questioning force of Matt Sesow,
- The passage through time and dancing colors of Jan Kern,
- The exquisite oil landscapes of Andrei Kushnir,
- The powerful abstract images of Anne Marchand,
- The wonderfully whimsical drawings and pastels of Ellen Cornett,
- The roaring social statements of Dana Ellyn,
- The portraits and passions of Patrick Campbell,
- The vision and award-winning landscapes of Barbara Nuss,
- To the reaching and lifting river photography of Bruce McNeil.
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