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3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Art/Place Gallery
70 Sanford Street
Fairfield, CT 06824
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In Time, In Shadow

Art/Place Gallery
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The public is invited to a reception and artist talk for "In Time, In Shadow”, the paintings of members, Cate M. Leach and Paul Larson. The show runs from May 15 to June 18.

"In Shadow" is the title of Darien resident Cate Leach’s new work. She states, "I'm interested in both the subtleties and stark contrast of light and shade. In my larger paintings the play of light and dark is dramatic, giving weight to the power of their opposing qualities. With my boxes, objects cast shadows literally and the mood is decidedly somber".

Cate has studied painting and sculpture at the Silvermine Arts Center and printmaking at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking. She is a long time student of Constance Kiermaier of Tenants Harbor Maine. She has had two solo shows at the Prince Street Gallery in New York City and has exhibited her work widely in Connecticut, including the Flinn Gallery in Greenwich, the Gallery for Contemporary Art at Sacred Heart University and the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in new London. She is a member of the Silvermine Guild of artists in new Canaan.  

A resident of Greenwich, Paul Larson is a member of the Greenwich Art Society, the Loft Artists Association in Stamford. With degrees in Fine Art and Education, Paul has been exhibiting since 1973. The recipient of many awards, his works in oil, acrylic, and pastel reside in numerous private collections both here and abroad.  

Paul’s images most often depict the highly stylized solitary figure, usually set within a similarly abstracted landscape. Featuring jewel-like, multifaceted planes, overlapping geometry, and impossible perspectives, he describes his work as “an exploration into alternate views of the world never seen before,” and as “a personal process of bringing what is hidden to light, and revealing what is unknown or forgotten to awareness....a personal exploration into alternate views of the world, inviting reflection, prompting potential insight, memory, and emotion of the viewer.” Show is his "Recognition".  


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