My Heart Skipped a Beat: Lanoue Fine Art’s Window

Lanoue Fine Art, 125 Newbury Street, Boston MA.    Marybeth Rothman, encaustic and mixed media painting and sculpture. Center: from the “Pilgrim Lake Library Committee” series, “Amaryllis”, 40×40″, 2012.  Right: from the “Bystanders”series, “Rose Marie”, 72.5x26x11.5″, painted en verso, 2012.      © 2012Marybeth Rothman

Lanoue Fine Art                                                                                                                   Lights, Camera, Click….Photography in Contemporary                                                       Art 125 Newbury Street, Boston, MA.                                                                                  June 8 – July 9, 2012

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   My heart skipped a beat when I saw my work in the window at Lanoue Fine Art for their current exhibition Lights, Camera, Click….Photography in Contemporary Art.  I am honored to being exhibiting with the artists  Luciana Abait, June Stratton, Pamela Stretton and Eric Zener. While linked by photography, the exhibited work transforms it’s physical attributes and integrates the photograph into painting, sculpture and mixed works creating a compelling visual conversation

The exhibition closes July 9th.

Left: Marybeth Rothman “Byron Chattlebash”.      Right: Eric Zener “Therapy II”

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