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October Gallery at the Garden — Maureen Mansfield and Terry Hauptman

October Gallery at the Garden — Maureen Mansfield and Terry Hauptman

October Gallery at the Garden presents artists: Maureen Mansfield “Acrylics – Expressions of Local Color” and “Terry Hauptman “Songline Scrolls”

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Mansfield’s uses of oil and acrylic paints capturing landscapes of the northwest coast, Adirondack Mountains and New England. Her paintings are in private collections throughout the United States.

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Hauptman’s Songline Scrolls illuminate how light travels through the body resonating as dynamic black bands outline internal ambers in figurative forms. These painted scrolls of Fire break traditional boundaries having figures dance through the dimensions of the paper, their visual music representing one continuous glyph.

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