Whiteout is an exhibition of works that explore the shifting perspectives experienced during winter. Reduced visual cues and muted palettes immerse us in a world slightly removed from familiarity, creating a new frame for viewing our surroundings in its starkness.
Dowling Walsh Gallery will host a group exhibition of works titled Whiteout from February 6 - March 15, 2018. An opening reception will be held Saturday, February 10 from 3pm -5pm
Dowling Walsh Gallery is located at 365 Main Street in Rockland Maine, directly across from the Farnsworth Art Museum. Gallery Hours, Tuesday through Saturday from 10am – 5pm, and by appointment on Sunday and Monday.
Whiteout is an exhibition of works that explore the shifting perspectives experienced during winter. When the landscape is coated in snow, there is a lack of reference points for the environment around us. These reduced visual cues and muted palettes immerse us in a world slightly removed from familiarity, creating a new frame for viewing our surroundings in its starkness. Snow dictates our activities and behavior, varying due to the elements. The works included in this exhibition approach this environment with keen eyes, focusing on the stark contrasts that winter brings.
Artworks by the following artists will be included in the exhibition; Jamie Wyeth, Bo Bartlett, David Vickery, Cig Harvey, Shawn Fields, Susan Van Campen, Greta Van Campen, Sarah McRae Morton, Marilyn Turtz, Jonathan Laurence, Jacob Bond Hessler, Robert Pollien, Scott Kelley, Colin Page, Andrew Wyeth and introducing Sebastian Blanck.
Dowling Walsh Gallery 365 Main Street, Rockland, Maine 04841 207.596.0084 | [email protected]