Decades of creativity have prepared this beloved Midwest artist for an exhibition of abstract and non-objective paintings. Abstracted naturalistic works define a sense of place in rural areas while later, non-objective works explore color, shapes, and line for their own sake. Energy and exuberance define the many non-objective paintings that let viewers determine their own interpretation. Outdoor Reception with the artist: Saturday, October 3, 1 - 3pm. Access to galleries is available during this time also.
Claudette Lee-Roseland: Imagination U...
Date and Time
Friday Oct 2, 2020Sunday Jan 10, 2021
Exhibition will run from October 2nd to January 10th