More About Atmospheric Moments, Flinn Gallery

Atmospheric Moments, the opening exhibit of the Flinn Gallery in Greenwich Library, running from September 8 - October 19. opens with a celebration of color. Three artists, Rachel Burgess, Bascove, and Sage Tucker-Ketcham, fill the space with work of stimulating richness. Their artwork tells stories that are shaped by their own creativity.

Monotype landscapes are the signature work of Rachel Burgess. She creates works that narrate the journey from actual memory to its abstract realization. The resulting compositions appear more ethereal.

Bascove is a printmaker, illustrator, painter and collagist, but she is best known for her striking woodcut book jackets and her series of paintings and drawings of New York City bridges. In this exhibit she presents the bridges of Central Park with their varied architectural designs.

Sage Tucker-Ketcham's approach to nature’s landscape blurs the line between observation and abstraction. Her scenes are recognizable subjects but not exact replicas.

Atmospheric Moments, curated by the team of Barbara Richards, Linda Butler, Mia Newton and Karen Sheer, provides viewers with an opportunity to stimulate their imaginations because, the artists themselves, used their inventive minds and talented hands to create colorful, thought-provoking works.

An opening reception will be held Thursday, September 8 from 6 to 8pm.

Saturday, September 24, 2 pm

Rachel Burgess
Saturday, October 1, 2 pm
Gallery hours are Monday-Saturday 10-5, Thursdays 10-8, and Sundays 1-5.

The Flinn Gallery, sponsored by Friends of Greenwich Library, is located on the second floor of the Library’s main branch at 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich CT.

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