A group exhibit by two painters and a sculptor is showing at Hole in the Wall through November 14th.
Dee Burdick describes her paintings as “disrupted realism”. She paints intuitively with a more expressive approach. She draws from her well of memories to create a work that creates an emotional response.
Anne Bernard’s paintings grant her access to things unknown through
the process and the result. Each piece arises from a response to materials and the natural world, time and memory.
Susan Bennett has artistically focused on material that she understands on a technical level. She has worked as a welder. Her intention in her work is to give metal qualities of motion and weightlessness.