While it’s cold outside, why not stroll through the Flinn Gallery and enjoy a little hope of spring?!
The Flinn is currently running (through March 8, 2017) an exhibition of the works of five artists (Jackie Battenfield, Annette Davidek, Julia Berkeley Heck, Jeanne Reiner and Bill Scott), each one featuring flower inspired paintings. According to a recent article in Greenwich Time (January 31), the art “ranges from the bold abstracts of Scott to the refined still lifes of Reiner to ephemeral panels by Battenfield.” Some of the artists are from Fairfield County, including Reiner, who lives in Greenwich, Heck, who lives in Darien, and Battenfield who lives in the Westport area.
In addition, Battenfield, Davidek and Reiner will speak in person about their work at the gallery at 2 p.m. Feb. 19.
The example pictures shown here start with Battenfield’s “Ghost Blossoms,” an acrylic on mylar mounted on panel, priced at $10,500 (40 X 60).
Second is Davidek’s Untitled #12-11 oil on birch panel, priced at $6,500 (38 X32).
Third is Heck’s “Prana Mar,” an acrylic and marker on canvas, priced at $2700 (40 X 52).
Fourth is Reiner’s “Centuarea Montana – Cornflower,” a watercolor, priced at $2275 (14.5 X 18.5).
Last is Scott’s “A Backyard Still Life, an oil on canvas, priced at $38,000 (39 X 43).
The exhibit scheduled to follow this one (March 16 – April 26, 2017) is titled “Corrugated World: the Art of James Grashow.”
For more information about the Flinn Gallery and their exhibits, please visit their Website: http://flinngallery.com