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February 4 – 23, 2017
Dominick Takis’s work explores landscape and surface themes related to travels and ancestry, paint, transparencies, lichen and mixed media textures. Religious imagery creates a surface that pulls the viewer in. The symbiotic relationship between lichen and algae is a metaphorical relationship to Takis’s ancestral roots.
Internal feelings of displacement, abandonment, and reconciliation guide Curran Broderick to form a connection with land. He was abandoned as an infant, adopted, and raised in America. He uses photography to establish roots within landscape and establish a sense of belonging.
Brian Reardon uses oil paint to depict common objects such as tractors, toys and colanders. Reardon gives his everyday objects significance using color and a sensitive brush stroke, creating luscious and generous paintings.
Using painting, drawing and cutting, Leah Grimaldi explores anxiety and joy—emotions that often coexist—in the context of her culture. In her new body of work she references the coastal New England Landscape, a site of beauty and tension as it changes due to human population growth, development and climate change.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 4, 2016, 6-9 PM
Third Thursday Reception: Thursday, February 16, 2016, 6-9 PM
Gallery Hours: Saturdays & Sundays, 1-5 PM or by appointment