Open House for "Ocean Compositions," an Exhibit of Oil Paintings by Livia Mosanu
All are welcome to “Ocean Compositions,” an exhibit of oil paintings by Livia Mosanu, in the Education Wing through March 20.
Livia will exhibit large scale oil paintings in which she explores the connection between us and our surrounding bodies of water, in particular the Atlantic Ocean. Her work is inspired by unusual and meaningful rhythms that she finds in the water as well as her artistic imagination. These designs or compositions are meant to engage the viewers on a deeper level and allude to the mystery of the water and to the mystery of life itself.
An MFA graduate from the New York Academy of Art, she is influenced by great masters of marine art such as Turner and Aivazovsky. Her works are exhibited on the East Coast and in many private collections worldwide. She is a finalist in the 8th International Painting Annual published by Manifest Gallery and a recipient of grant awards from the New York Academy of Art and the Art Students League. A native of Bucharest, Romania, she currently resides near Boston, MA.
Also on exhibit in the Blue Room Gallery through March 27, “Cape Cod Solitude” is a collection of photographs by Rachel Jones depicting the solitude many have felt during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Visitors are also invited to experience "Faces and Nature,” a collection of art in various media by student artist Torriann Metheney, who has been working with Cultural Center arts mentors Jessie Nickerson, Sarah Holl, and Nate Olin for years. In the Vault Gallery through March 27. And "Finding the Figure," paintings by Paul Schulenburg and the members of his longstanding painting group, in the Constantinidis Great Hall and Saben Board Room galleries through March 27.
All are welcome, but CDC protocols including social distancing and mask usage will be observed. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 5pm. For more information, call 508-394-7100.
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