This month we present

Urban Patterns

watercolors by

Caroline McClintic

Dates of Show:  April 1 – 29

Reception Friday, April 7th, 5 – 8pm

Meet the artist at the gallery
Saturday March 4, Thurs April 6th and 20th
11am – 5pm

 

“Urban Patterns” is an exhibit of new watercolors exploring the unique textures and patterns of cityscapes in a variety of styles.
    Caroline says, “I’m attracted to scenes that tell a story about people and their interaction with the cities in which they live. In this series, I’m also exploring the architecture, textures, colors, and lighting that make a city feel unique to me.”

Urban Patterns
watercolor

New work this month by other artists

Bryant Park, New York
by Jan Grady
The impressive New York City Library is behind, and the park itself is an oasis for relaxing in a beautiful place in the middle of the bustling city.

 

 

Yosemite Meadow
by Veronica Gross
watercolor
The morning sun defines the cliff edges and the bare trees made even more brilliant against the dark evergreens.

Disappearing Act
by Amy Storey Rattner
I wanted to draw attention to the plight of endangered rhinos and evoke bright African textiles in this piece.

Red Tulips
by Barbara von Haunalter
“I was walking through Gamble Gardens when I saw these gorgeous red tulips.  I just had to paint them.”

California Majesty
by Julia Munger Seelos
This was painted along 280 near Canada College.

Oak and Poppies
by Teresa Ruzzo
pastel

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