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Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Friday opening for Margot Nimiroski show at Reynolds Fine Art

Reynolds Fine Art
96 Orange St., New Haven, (203) 498-2200
Making Waves: New Work by Margot Nimiroski
June 7—July 9, 2013.
Artist Reception: Fri., June 7, 5—8 p.m.

Press release from Reynolds Fine Art

Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Margot Nimiroski in her first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show will be on view from June 7 through July 9. There is a reception Fri., June 7, from 5—8 p.m.

Margot Nimiroski: from the "Harbor" series

The new landscape and seascape paintings by Nimiroski are very soft and ethereal. Yet, they express energy and movement through a process of layering and pouring paint onto the final surface. This self-taught artist does not use brushes, but prefers sponges and soft cloths to get the desired effect. Nimiroski has lived near or on the water for most of her adult life and her paintings represent a love of the sea.

The Branford Harbor is her constant source of inspiration—always changing and always beautiful. However, her paintings are not specific to Connecticut and could be any beautiful body of water. These works not only capture the tranquility of the harbor, but the liveliness of the waves.

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