A new exhibit showcasing the work of acclaimed artist Paula Renee will usher in the month of December and continue through year’s end at The Barn Gallery on Route 37 in New Fairfield, Connecticut, gallery owner Sue Newton announced today.
The exhibit features an eclectic variety of woven tapestries, framed abstracts on paper, oils and “woven paintings,” Paula’s signature technique of combining her two passions – weaving and painting – into a single, three-dimensional medium.
|Ancient Doorway, woven tapestry, 22 x 58"|
The exhibit, curated by the artist’s daughter, represents a journey of self-discovery and celebration of the creative spirit. Included in the show are several oils from the artist’s Cosmic series that depict the fluid movement of the universe, as well as “Reflections,” a framed weaving depicting an Antarctic moon rise. Also included in the show is “Origami in Flight,” an abstract woven painting with an origami-like quality reminiscent of birds on the wing.
The work of multi-media artist Paula Renee resides in major public, corporate and private collections, including the Presidential Suite and 17 lobbies of Tobu Hotel in Kinshicho, Japan; National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad, India; West Point Chapel; GE Capital; Stouffers Resort; Sheraton Hotel; Ramada Inn; IBM; AT&T; Travelers; New York Telephone; and Olin Corp, among numerous others.
The Barn Gallery is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thursdays, noon to 6 p.m. For more details, please call 203-746-4502.