JACKSON, Wyo. – To welcome summer and open wide doors and minds, Altamira Fine Art welcomes inspired and inspiring new works by selected artists. The group show runs from May 1 to May 21.
The show celebrates the season, the way spring refreshes perspectives and palettes, coloring the alpine landscape with hope and personality. The world beyond the gallery walls attracts areas of young green, clusters of amethyst flowers and clusters of yellow canary. Just as creatures curiously appear, so do Altamira’s artists, each bringing with them their own fresh lens.
All the artists participating in the group exhibition testify to the key transitions, subtle and surprising.
Everyone shares scenes full of colorful queries. Mary Roberson directs her compliance with natural signals by considering folk structures in a spring situation: a cabin decorated with Robin’s Egg blue; barn bordered by employed hens. Meanwhile, Geoffrey Gersten imagines the graphic factors influencing Western renewal, and David Michael Slonim considers a paradigm shift in seasonal palettes. Travis Walker plays with the phenomenology of summer in Jackson: the street still life of cars waiting in line behind the stagecoach. Howard Post paints landscapes defined by iconography set in great contrast.
He does all the work again. For more information on the May Group Exhibition and participating artists, please contact Altamira Fine Art by email—[email protected]—or by phone— (307) 739-4700.