On Friday, July 24th, visitors will be once again welcomed into the 3S Gallery for two exhibitions: 50 Views of the Piscataqua and Abstraction. Visitors will be limited to 10 people at a time in the Gallery and masks will be required.
For those of you not ready or able to visit in person, we understand. We will be adding new ways of enjoying our Gallery exhibitions moving forward: through 3D virtual visits and enhanced online images, artist content, and sales options.
JULY 24 – SEPTEMBER 6
Free and open to the public.
Walking the line between figuration and abstraction, this exhibit explores the non-objective role abstract art plays in our culture, perception, and psyche. Using diverse subject matter, four painters created work reflecting their personal experiences. Emergent through this inspiration is a visual language interpreting the world around them.
“Objective painting is not good painting unless it is good in the abstract sense. A hill or a tree cannot make a good painting just because it is a hill or tree. It is lines and colors put together so that they may say something.” —Georgia O’ Keefe
Abstraction will be on exhibit in the Gallery sharing the space with 50 Views of the Piscataqua.