In conjunction with the Salem Arts Festival, Salem Arts Association presents an exhibition exploring the meaning of “Roots”, one of the themes of the Festival. Interpretations include living things and their roots, ancestry, home and country, family and any other creative explorations of this theme.
I am excited to have five pieces of artwork juried into this show: Changing Seasons, acrylic, 30″x40″; Mighty Redwood, watercolor, 32×38″; Summer Afternoon, acrylic, 12×36″, Slainte, pen & colored pencil, 11×13″; Seamroag, pen & colored pencil, 12″x14″.
Changing Seasons shows a stylized rendition of a tree during summer, winter, spring and autumn painted on a dappled metallic background. Mighty Redwood was inspired by my visit to the awe inspiring Muir Woods in California. Summer Afternoon is my interpretation of a day just before sunset at Forest River Park in Salem, MA. Slainte and Seamroag are both drawings done in the Celtic style, reminiscent of the detailed, jewel-toned drawings in the Book of Kells.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 10, 2019, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Exhibition Dates: May 10-26, 2019
Gallery Hours are every Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Salem Arts Association Gallery
Salem Old Town Hall
12 Derby Square
Salem, MA 01970
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