The current show in the main gallery was juried by gallery directors Cherie Clinton and Marie Craig from the work of the Massachusetts Chapter of The National Association of Women Artists.
After spending some time in the gallery I noticed a dialogue occurring between the works because of the way the show is installed. Here Linda Pearlman Karlsburg’s landscape painting Roseate and Indigo (on the left) seems to flow into Pat Paxson’s abstraction Dream Half Remembered (middle) because of color and curve. Candice Mitchell’s Easy Rider (right,) with its geometric figure/ground play echoes some of the color and forms from its wall mates.
Here are Liz Gribin’s A Blossom Fell next to Nella Lush’s Fragment. The mood and color relate in a way that strengthens each piece. It is interesting to see how works which are stylistically so different can look so integrated next to each other on the wall!