July 25 – November 15, 2015
Fred Beans Gallery
Through juxtapositions of newer and older work, Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne explores the arc of the artist's nearly six-decade career, a career of incredible artistic production and exploration distinguished by a subtle pas de deux between abstraction and realism, a duet that is both revealed and concealed by veils of color that wash across every canvas. The paintings in the exhibition demonstrate the power of color when at the command of Elizabeth Osborne’s brush. Whether or not we can discern a subject, color dominates every canvas, gently pulsing in cool tones of blues and greens, or throbbing out at us in waves of hot pink and orange.
Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne is generously supported by Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest, Bonnie O'Boyle, Bayard Storey, PhD, FREEMAN’S, Harriet and Charles Ermentrout, Dr. Janice T. Gordon, Luther W. Brady, Norman and Caryl Rosenthal, and an anonymous friend of the Museum.
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