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“Unfinished Business”: A Women’s Show
June 27 - July 27
Bernay Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of a new show entitled “Unfinished Business: A Women’s Show” on June 27th, 2020. This show is named to highlight the status of the ERA. There will be no public reception for the artists due to COVID-19.
The “Unfinished Business” show includes the work of eight women artists. Stephanie Anderson displays her expert drawing skills in her new graphite on clayboard piece, “Clique”. Diane Ayott uses spatial relationships and vibrant colors in contemporary patterned paintings. Roselle Chartock contributes mixed media collages that showcase women’s figures. Chenta Laury, a textile artist from Hawaii, uses bark cloth, raw wool, silk and bamboo to create three magnificent unique pieces. Hyper-realistic painter Nadine Robbins contributes two striking portraits of women. Dee Shapiro and Sonya Sklaroff have both produced works inspired by Covid-19. Dee presents colorful mixed media pieces on panel while Sonya, working from her apartment in NYC, has painted several brilliant COVID-19 themed paintings. Amelia Toelke’s sculpture “Home Sweet Home” is now on display on the front lawn of Bernay Fine Art. The golden sculpture reminds us all of the time we have spent at home during COVID-19. In addition, Amelia has painted several gold-plated pieces for the show.
The gallery will be open regular business hours, please check the website for details. The large space can accommodate up to 12 people at a time according to Massachusetts regulations. Private appointments are also available.