Atlantic Works Gallery is proud to present its new member exhibition, “An Explosion of Colors,” opening on Saturday, March 9, from 6 to 9 p.m. Join, the artists, Krystle Vermes, Sandrine Colson, Renato Viganego, and Dan Hofstadter for light refreshments and artist talks.
The monthly “Third Thursday” celebration will be held on Thursday, March 21, from 6 to 9 p.m. Join the artists and the Atlantic Works Gallery community to mingle and discuss the art.
“An Explosion of Colors” is an exploration of every hue on the color wheel and what it means to be saturated in one or more of these tints in today’s world – whether it be an object, a person, or a special place. Each of the artists expresses what color means to them in their carefully crafted pieces for this particular exhibit.
Krystle Vermes has been creating painting and drawing for more than 15 years. She enjoys working with acrylic and multimedia materials. Her work has been featured in publications including ArtAscent magazine, where she received the Distinguished Artist title.
Dan Hofstadter moved to Boston recently. His work has previously been shown in Stockholm and in Bennington, Vermont.
Sandrine Colson is a versatile painter who now focuses on mixed media. She has been painting for more than 18 years. A world traveler, she gets her inspiration from the various cultures she has visited and the special light of Provence, France, where she is born. Her compositions are abstract, referencing natural forms and movement, filled with bright paint swirls, playful paper cut-outs, and three-dimensional objects, resulting in richly textured abstract canvases with intricate layering. Her work is a continuing experimentation with form, color, and medium.
Renato Viganego is a Boston-based artist and new member of the Atlantic Works Gallery. His studio can be found at 80 Border St.