Announcing a “pop-up” show of new paintings at the Artists West Association (AWA) Common Space Gallery. The opening reception will be Saturday June 16 from 3 -6 PM, and yes, you are invited.
“Leaving La Mancha” is a title derived from the recent sale of a magical home and property in New Mexico we were fortunate to have for 11 years. With that sale came more emotions and changes than I anticipated. The need to be creative became more important than skillfully rendering objects.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imaginationcircles the world.” Albert Einstein
Abstraction brought me the salvation I was seeking. Synthetic cubism, specifically. The things I like most about painting are much more accessible to me Cubistically than Realistically. I feel completely free and unbound: patterns, brushwork, the emotions of color, bending space, in general being more concerned with creativity and surprising myself as I go than with skillfully rendering things.
Saturday, June 16, is also part of the Waltham Riverfest, so there will plenty of art activities around the city to take in. You can find more information about the festivities, such as Art Windows, Paint the River, art exhibit and auction, live music and more here: