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Saturday, May 25, 2013

Artist's reception Sat., June 1, at New Haven Public Library for lively Zallinger painting show

New Haven Free Public Library Art Gallery
133 Elm St., New Haven
Color Out of the Blue: Paintings by Kristina Zallinger
May 30—Jul. 2, 2013.
Artist's reception: Sat., Jun. 1, 2—4 p.m.

Press release from Azoth Gallery

Paintings by Kristina Zallinger will be on view in the gallery of the New Haven Free Public Library from May 30 through Jul. 2. An artist's reception will be held Sat., Jun. 1, from 2—4 p.m.

Kristina Zallinger: "Flash in the Pan"

"My paintings are all about color and texture," says Kristina Zallinger. "I live in a world surrounded by it. With each of them I try to dazzle the viewer with delight! I have been told that my work makes people happy. That is my intention. Often people miss the presence of color. I like to remind them of it. I isolate a flower garden, a piece of glass, my approach to a waterfall and any images that I see in my mind. The color and texture both create a feeling of depth within the canvas. I often quip that 'color is my middle name!'"

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