The Chemistry of Autumn – A group show celebrating the colors of fall

THE CHEMISTRY OF AUTUMN – New works by nine artists in the palette of Maine’s beloved fall. Six artists are from Maine.

Jaap Eduard Helder "Understanding Reality" 18" x 18" Acrylic on Panel

Jaap Eduard Helder “Understanding Reality” 18″ x 18″ Acrylic on Panel

On Friday, October 11 of Columbus Day Weekend, Carver Hill Gallery opens “The Chemistry of Autumn”, a group show celebrating the earthy colors of fall. The opening reception with the artists will be from 5 – 8 PM. The show runs through November 12.

Dianne Schelble "Friday Night" 22" x 30" Opaque Watercolor

Dianne Schelble “Friday Night” 22″ x 30″ Opaque Watercolor

The art in this show pays homage to the color transformations in leaf pigments that occur with the changing temperatures. Reminiscent of fire and flame, the fall season brings a supernova of color – a last hurrah of warmth to carry us into winter.

Corinne Carbone "The Observers"  24" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas

Corinne Carbone “The Observers” 24″ x 30″ Acrylic on Canvas

Jaap Eduard Helder will show his gloriously rich abstract work in acrylic on paper and panel, Laurie Goddard has created beautiful, textural mixed media works on panel, Dianne Schelble presents a new collection of architectural elements and windows in opaque watercolors, Corinne Carbone will show her compelling abstract portraits, and artist David Estey offers new abstract works on yupo paper. The upstairs gallery space will feature the quirky watercolors of local favorite Ted Keller.



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