The George Krevsky Gallery is pleased to present a group show of 10 distinctive artists, offering 10 distinct points of view on the places, people, and events we experience in our lives. On exhibition from March 20th through April 26th with an opening reception for the artist's on Thursday, April 3rd, from 5:30 – 7:30.
Artists include, Adelie Landis Bischoff, Stacey Carter, Lisa Esherick, June Felter, Wendy Goldberg, Diana Krevsky, Glenna Putt, Mary Robertson, Mary Vitelli-Berti, and Debra Walker.
Each of these 10 talented women has her own way of viewing and interpreting the world. Some see energy—busy San Francisco streets, car-filled freeways, waves crashing on the beach. Some see calm—a placid lake, a sun-drenched hillside, random objects left on a kitchen table. Others focus on people we might recognize in our lives—a mother and daughter together, a man reading the newspaper, children playing on a backyard hammock. The scope of the show also reaches out to include disturbing images of events far from home.
The media varies from pastel, to watercolor, to oil on canvas. So does the scale of the work—some could fit in a hand, others could dominate a wall.
Despite the tremendous variety, one common statement can be made: Each artist filters places, people, and events through a personal point of view…and each gives us a visual statement of her own interpretations.