‘Poetry of Movement’
Come and enjoy the poetry of movement in art during the month of September!
In an exhibit with the same title, NHAA artist Mary Carolyn Webber’s inspiration is the natural world around her viewed through the lens of lyrical abstraction. The primacy of movement choreographs the elements of form, content, texture and color into a unified whole.
Webber brings her love of printmaking that includes Japanese woodblocks, mezzotints, drypoints, etchings, monoprints & collographs to this exhibit.
“As I glance at some of my prints and watercolors, I realize that the surrounding nature that inspires me is now under profound peril,” Webber said. “It is only fitting that I include some etchings of Native Americans who place great reverence on the environment.”
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