Artists' Gallery Blog

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Innovations

"Innovations"
A 2-person show with Florence Moonan and Carol Sanzalone
at Artists' Gallery in Lambertville, NJ
Oct 9 - Nob 1, 2009
Opening reception: Saturday, Oct 10 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm

Every now and then artists need to shake things up a bit. Local artists, Florence Moonan and Carol Sanzalone are doing just that with their new exhibition of paintings and drawings at Artists’ Gallery, October 9 through November 1, 2009. An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, October 10 from 4 to 7 p.m. Or, join the artists for the cider and donuts closing reception on Sunday, November 1 between 2 and 5 p.m.
"Dance"
by Florence Moonan

Florence Moonan, best known for her colorful abstract acrylic paintings, will be showing charcoal drawings using methods of mark making taught at Bunker Hill Studio workshops by renowned painter, Pat Martin. She will also be exhibiting dramatic poured works in oil. These techniques, when applied by Moonan’s bold movements, show ingenuity and a fresh inventiveness that makes the works in this show grab your attention.


"Northern Lights"
by Carol Sanzalone

Carol Sanzalone, working in watercolor and acrylic on paper and canvas, captures the graphic impact of light and shadows to create surfaces and color patterns that enrich the everyday images that inspire her work. Her artistic journey has included many years of experimenting with color and texture, and these recent innovative paintings will be a major part of the work included in this show.

Both New Jersey natives, Moonan and Sanzalone, find the diverse cultural, historical and natural beauty of the region continually stimulates their creative endeavors. This is evident when viewing the two artists' work side by side. Sanzalone's paintings respond to the environment, while Moonan's works are largely drawn on autobiographical experiences.


Artists' Gallery
32 Coryell Street
Lambertville, NJ
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Gallery hours: every Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm

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