The Rites of Spring Show is a collection of big bold colors that will give the gallery a boost from the winter blues.
In the Forum gallery Andrea Allegrone is disciplined graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design that rebelled with her organic and abstract works. These works are fluid, transparent and inspiring. Her illustration background gives her the bone structure for her loosely depicted paintings. She has shown all over the world, and had her works in many publications.
In the Lobby, mixed medium artist, Alicia Araya brings a unique process of everyday art supplies and a secret epoxy to give it a glass feeling. The imagery changes color and size while sealing it shut – so to speak. Alicia has been a fixture in the local arts scene and she will be moving this spring so this is will be one of her last showings.
In the Rhombus, Paola Seguel Plateo brings her Picasso inspired work that jumps off the walls for the viewer. Her Chilean heritage shows through with her wonderful imagery and color.
In the Gatsby, Colleen Hackett, will present her images of femininity to convey emotion. Her sheer and fluid markings are watery towards the subject matter. She works in various amounts of mediums and in 3- D works.
Through April 30.
1710 DeFoor Ave.