August 28-September 24, 2012
"Morning Clothed in Red Silk" by Peggy Warfield
"Fall Color on the Pond" by Lesley McCaskill
"Dock in St. Michaels" by Jeanne Mueller
"Pretty in Pink" by Dianne Shearon
"Shades of White" by Joyce Condry
"How Green is My Garden" by Tara Funk Grim
"Red Tulips" by Dale Sheldon
"Orange Zinnia" by Laura Hickman
"Reflections" by Sonia Hunt
"The Color..." is the theme for Gallery One's new show which is open to the public on August 28 through September 24.
Color is an art element that is considered by many as the most complex and personal design principle that an artist can use. The extensive chromas that are available offer an artist extensive possibilities. How does one choose and what does an artist create is a challenge and fun for the artist and interesting for the viewer.
"Morning Clothed in Red Silk" is a multi-media abstracted landscape created by Peggy Warfield. Red, Peggy's favorite color dominates the image with layers of land forms and sky. Placement of wispy trees and soft swatches of gold, yellow and gray blues make her reds glow. Dale Sheldon also chose red in "Red Tulips" an acrylic that fills the surface with a contrast of muted greens.
Come to Gallery One to enjoy and see all work from the sixteen local artists and browse the popular Artisan Room that feature exciting textiles, photography, pottery, glass jewelry and wood pieces.