Sunday, March 6, 2011

Art Exhibit, Providence Gallery - Charlotte, NC

The Everyday Extraordinary: New Landscape Paintings by Ann Watcher, Lita Gatlin & Isabel Forbes
Opening Reception with the Artists: Friday, March 11 - 6pm-9pm
On Display Thru March 31, 2011
Providence Gallery's newest artist, Ann Watcher, presents a series of paintings depicting rural Carolina landscapes harkening back to our agricultural roots, bringing attention to the fact that our past is rapidly being encroached upon by urban development. The artist' attraction to "age of place" makes Tuscany, with its ancient history and culture, a natural destination for exploration on canvas. Lita Gatlin expresses her love of nature by using her canvas to convey the splendor of nature’s colors and how they are ever changing in response to the atmosphere. Her paintings depict areas in the southeastern U.S. and Europe. Isabel Forbes’ paintings focus on the beauty that is often overlooked in urban landscapes. Her compositions include things we use and see every day, seeking to convey a new appreciation for the ordinary to her viewer.
"Does this make my *&@## Look Fatz?" 24" x 36" oil on Canvas ©Isabel Forbes 2011
Providence Gallery is located in
in beautiful Myers Park, behind the Manor Theater 601-A Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28207

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