Jane Deering Gallery: new website. Next art Exhibit, Maria Malatesta Solo show, opens May 7

New website and spring news from Jane Deering Gallery-

Maria Malatesta – Brushstrokes | Fields and Ponds

at Jane Deering Gallery 19 Pleasant St. Gloucester, MA

May 7 – June 5, 2022

Reception May 7, 5-7pm

Gallery hours Friday & Saturday 1-5. Sunday 1-4.

By appointment this show mmmalatesta@hotmail.com

Memories of being in the natural world inspire the color and gesture of the paintings.  Gardens, overgrown fields, open space, the sea and wind are all a source from which the paintings evolve. Color and light fascinate me, how one color placed next to another comes alive, how that color then has the profound ability to evoke a mood or a place. While my process is intuitive, the presence of the landscape is constant. Yet, there is uncertainty of place and of resolution. I find this ambiguity most exciting.

Maria Malatesta

About the artist:

Maria Malatesta lives on Cape Ann which contributes to her artistic sensibility. Her work has been included in numerous shows on the North Shore and Boston area. Solo shows include Montserrat College of Art, Chameleon Gallery in Newburyport, Pagus Gallery in Pennsylvania and Porter Mill Gallery in Beverly. Maria holds the Diploma and Fifth Year Certificate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a Bachelor of Science from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA. She has taught at Montserrat College of Art, the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck and International Programs through the Museum School, Boston. Her studio is in the South End of Boston.

Jane Deering Gallery

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