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by The Staff on March 6, 2013 · 1 comment


Beginning tomorrow (Friday), Albany’s Sorelle Gallery will showcase two artists who “stand apart from the norm,” Ann Larsen and Catherine Minnery.

On her website, Larsen explains what she’s doing in her landscapes: “I want my viewers to know how I felt about a place when I painted it. I’m not trying to copy what I see nor am I interested in lots of detail. I want to suggest a subject with the buildup of paint and exciting brushstrokes.”

In her artist’s statement, Minnery writes that she creates art “because I have a need to make visual the excitement I felt when I first looked at (or thought about) the subject at hand—searching for the unseen, not just the surface reality.”

Pictured is Minnery’s Red Tree.

Mavericks: Ann Larsen/Catherine Minnery opens tomorrow (Friday, March 8) at Sorelle Gallery (Stuyvesant Plaza, 1475 Western Ave., Albany) with a reception from 5 to 8 PM. The show will remain on view through March 21. For more info, call 482-2000.

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