The Addison Center for the Arts proudly presented, Maureen McKee's, “Nature's Diversity” exhibition of impressionist oil paintings. “Nature's Diversity” opened Wednesday, May 8, 2019, and continued through June 8, 2019. The public were invited to enjoy the artist reception on Friday, May 17 from 7 to 9 PM.
The exhibit was a jewel box of small-scale landscapes. Each piece was an impressionistic keyhole glimpse of a dynamic vista.
Maureen McKee on "Nature’s Diversity":
"My show, Nature’s Diversity, celebrated the ever changing landscape that is a challenge and a reward to paint. Nature is a source of inspiration, for me, to explore and create. It is an adventure to view its scope. The variety of light, form, and color. The diversity of the seasons - the weather - the time of day may each change my perspective. The way a flower blooms or the way a tree bends .... piques my imagination. This invites me to explore a variety of techniques... from energetic brushwork, palette knife, to blended paint or heavy build up of textures. I work in oils and oil pastels... preferring one media or the other is dependent on the subject matter and my mindset when I start my journey into a new painting."
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