Two artists, two minds, two interpretations. – Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery
In Tandem, the latest exhibition at the Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery opened on Friday, September 21st and will be on view through October 19th. The exhibition features the latest work by artist Ellen Dodd and Joyce Howell.
Ellen Levine Dodd
Ellen Levine Dodd grew up in a small New England beach town near Boston, Massachusetts. She has been doing artwork all her life. Starting with art lessons after school to university degrees in painting, photography and paper making, she has had an eclectic and wide-ranging education in art, studying with many well known painters, photographers, and digital printers. Her extensive travel throughout the United States, Europe and the Middle East has had a strong influence on her art. – Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery
The act of painting, for me, is an internal navigation based on instinct and rooted in nature. My paintings are attests to transfer sensory memories to a visual reality. I seek rhythm and contradiction in my hues, marks and textures. Each painting is an attempt to tap into the beauty that appears spontaneously at my feet and in my memories – if only I am willing to pay attention. – Joyce Howell
The piece above titled, Baile is my favorite out of all the paintings. I’ve always had an appreciate for dancers (especially ballet and most recently aerial dancers) so this piece stood out to me immediately.
Also on display where pieces by gallery artist Vesela Baker.
- John Beerman | October 25 – November 24
- Small Works Show | November 29 – December 31