Friday, March 7, 2014

March Featured Show - "19th Century Masterpieces - Contemporary Abstractions In Fiber," by Diana Unterspan

Diana says of her current exhibit, "Words move us, restrain us, give us wings and roots, brighten our days, keep us company in the night, and can be our friends forever. They hurt, sting, and cause us pain, but they also inform, bring invention, new life, and transformation if we let them."

"In this exhibit, I attempt to reveal the connections that exist between most of my visual art and the written word."

Abstract of "The Golden Bowl," written by Henry James

A Portion of the Installation

Abstract Detail of "Moby Dick" written by Herman Medville 

 Abstract Detail  of "Age of Innocence," written by Edith Wharton 
Diana's exhibit continues through Saturday, March 29. A reception to celebrate this wonderful exhibit will be held on Saturday, March 8, from 6 to 9 p.m.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for a lovely write up. ( I am not a robot)