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Exhibit opens Feb. 23 at Art Speaks Gallery

An opening reception for “Painted Perspectives,” an exhibit featuring the work of Bob Carlson and Rebecca Grow, will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23, in the Art Speaks Gallery at the Bay School Community Arts Center, Mathews.

The reception is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served. Caret Cellars of Caret will provide tastings of their award-winning wines.

The works of Grow, a Mathews artist, and Carlson, of Toano, offer different perspectives on what is considered a “painting,” exploring both two- and three-dimensional space, said a press release.

Carlson’s work takes the perspective of traditional, two-dimensional paintings, said the release, documenting the culture and times through the lens of oil and acrylic paint. He said, “My inspiration comes from my experience, my environment, my observations; pretty much everywhere.” 

Grow describes her work as a “3-D watercolor sculpture.” Insp...

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