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June Issue 2010
Lark & Key Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Offers Exhibit Focused on Color
Lark & Key Gallery's Southend location in Charlotte, NC, will present the exhibit, Chromatic, a group show of works by gallery artists focused on color, on view from June 2 through July 31, 2010.
Color is a constant in our lives, reflecting different psychological and cultural meaning as well as affecting us subconsciously. In creating artwork, artists manipulate various elements, with the choice and use of color often having the most immediate visual impact.
In this exhibit multiple artists have created small works with a focus on color stories. Whether initially inspired by color or finding their way to it through the use of specific subject matter, we are offered a glimpse into their interpretations.
Acrylic, watercolor, encaustic, fiber and clay are just some of the mediums used in the works presented in Chromatic. Charlotte based Ashley Lathe creates urban landscapes, focusing on the ability of watercolor to create and capture the subtle nature of change as landscape and metaphorical abstraction.
Sandra Meyer, an Atlanta, GA, based painter, approaches her work with energy and brisk movements. Her richly textured paintings in acrylic and mixed media are a celebration of the reflection of nature, and how it can embody our own existence, struggles and celebration.
Mary Alayne Thomas
Mary Alayne Thomas finds constant inspiration from her surroundings in New Mexico. She continually attempts to capture magic ephemeral moments, both real and imagined, with her mixed media works.
For further information
check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at
704/334-4616 or visit (www.larkandkey.com).
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