Color, rhythm, and harmony are three elements found in paintings as well as music. Artists and composers alike use these tools to give their work a special mood, feeling, or atmosphere. During the month of June, three RiverArts artists will be showing work that demonstrates this in several ways, in three different mediums.
Melinda Carl, a Rock Hall artist, will be showing a group of lovely oil paintings, many in the impressionistic style, done in plein air right in Kent County. Christel Mottur-Pilson will bring a set of pastels from her studio in Ardmore, PA. Her work is lively, mysterious, and lyrical. Cindy Stafford, from Betterton, MD, will compliment the show with a varied group of watercolors that can be described as representational, delicate, and a bit whimsical.
The show will be held in the studio gallery at RiverArts, opening on First Friday, June 6, from 5-8 p.m. RiverArts is located at 315 High Street, Suite 106, Chestertown, MD. All are invited to come and see the different faces of color, rhythm, and harmony, reflected in the richness of oils, the softness of pastels, and the transparency of water colors. The show runs through June 28.
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