Friday, July 3, the Jonathan Frost Gallery will present a new show featuring eight pastels by Barbara Vanderbilt, from her “Language of Stone” series. Some pieces depict the Maine coast; others evoke towering Western rock formations. These pieces offer a preview of a larger showing of her work, to be held next summer. You can see the full show here.
Some work from our recent “Critters” show will remain on the walls. Included are photographs by Jana Markwart-Sapienza, Lou Sapienza, and Madeleine de la Sinéty and paintings by Barbara Beebe, Susan Beebe, and Mae Towers. You can see the full Critters show here.
This summer we cannot have big opening receptions. We must do without Steve Lindsay’s piano playing. The gallery will be open until 7:30 this Friday evening, however, and we hope some of you will come by. Only twelve people at a time can be in the gallery and adjoining work spaces. Masks are required. There will be wine and refreshments and, of course, very good and interesting art. If you don’t attend the opening, we hope you’ll stop by sometime this month.
Something more to look forward to – in August and September we’ll fill the gallery with fascinating abstract paintings on paper by Brenda Free.