Addison Woolley is excited to announce that our show at the UMVA Gallery at CTN will be held over through the month of October. If you have yet to see the show in its current incarnation, you still have two more weeks in September.
The show will change somewhat for October when a few artists will put in new work. Jim Kelly promises more of his ironic paintings with their bold colors and calligraphic gestures; while Dave Wade will show new colorful abstractions in nature. There may be some new street photography...surprises await your discerning eyes! Enjoy re-visiting the utter stillness of Dan Dow's museum visitors; Diane Hudson's vibrant parade scenes; Andrea van Voorst van Beest's dry point pub series; the lively street photographs by Jan Pieter van Voorst van Beest; the heart of Paris as only Ruth Sylmor can capture it; Alan Sockloff's peaceful and contemplative water scenes; Susan Porter's elegant skylines; and the thought provoking assemblages of Fran Vita-Taylor.
Please visit the current exhibit during the rest of September and we look forward to your joining us for another First Friday celebration October 6, and visits throughout the month.
We hope to see many of you there! Scroll down to see a sample of work from the exhibit: