The South Shore Art Center press release for September/October 2020 exhibition:
From North Shore to South Shore…Gloucester Comes to Cohasset
Featuring three artists: COCO BERKMAN, PIA JUHL, JUNI VANDYKE
Cape Ann artist printmaker Coco Berkman creates images that delight her and hopefully others through the process of linoleum printmaking. Inspired by literature, the natural world, and the free play inherent in drawing, Berkman uses sharp Japanese tools to carve images into sheets of linoleum and then prints them one color at a time over several months to complete an edition. A member of the Boston Printmakers, Berkman’s work is represented by 13 Forest Gallery in Arlington and The Square Circle Gallery in Rockport.
Pia Juhl, is well known for her light filled paintings depicting quarries and giant rock formations indigenous to her surroundings. She has had numerous exhibitions in Europe and on Cape Ann including Jane Deering Gallery.
Juni VanDyke will exhibit paintings related to her connection with Gloucester. “The Cape Ann landscape is a subliminal force directing my art and tethering me to a love of color and the infinite configurations of abstraction. Traveling to my work in Gloucester, I cross over the elevated Annisquam Bridge where below the sea is an ever changing miracle of patterns and light holding promise for later.” VanDyke’s work is held in the permanent collection of Cape Ann Museum. Her work is represented by Jane Deering Gallery, and throughout the US by Room and Board, Inc.
The exhibition continues through October 30th.
The South Shore Art Center is located at 119 Ripley Road, Cohasset
Zoom link (there is no password):https://zoom.us/j/91879749303
The event site link is: http://www.ssac.org/bancroft.asp
Images (in order)
Coco Berkman “The Reception” Lino Print
Juni VanDyke “View From Above” Acrylic and Oil on Board
Pia Juhl “Dogtown” Oil on Canvas