Luminous Landscapes of Vermont

ART ON VIEW

Luminous Landscapes of Vermont:
Mary Claire Carroll and Julie J. McGowan
at Emile A. Gruppe Gallery in Jericho
June 7-July 15, 2018

Artist reception: Friday, June 8, 5-7:30PM

“Luminous Landscapes of Vermont” presents paintings by Julie J. McGowan and photographs by Mary Claire Carroll. Both artists are from Richmond.

The exhibit is founded on a representational view of Vermont’s landscapes, bringing together scenes from a naturalistic photographer and a disciple of the Hudson River School and luminism*, using the 19th century palette and techniques to create a vision of Vermont.

Julie McGowan’s artist talk, “The Hudson River School and Me”, is on Sunday, June 24, 1-2:30PM. McGowan will discuss the primary painters of the Hudson River School in a slide presentation and conclude with a discussion of the techniques that define these paintings.

*Luminism is an American landscape painting style of the 1850s-1870s, characterized by effects of light in landscapes, through using aerial perspective, and concealing visible brushstrokes. Luminist landscapes emphasize tranquility, and often depict calm, reflective water and a soft, hazy sky techniques to create a vision of Vermont.

(adapted from the gallery’s press materials)


INFORMATION

Emile A. Gruppe Gallery
22 Barber Farm Road
Jericho, Vermont 05465
(802) 899-3211

Hours:
Thursday-Sunday, 10AM-3PM
and by appointment

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Images:
top: Winter at Willoughby by Mary Claire Carroll
center: Willoughby Winter Morn by Julie J. McGowan