An exhibition of works by Arts on Main’s 2020 Juried Exhibition winner Jordan Flower will open at May’s First Friday, to be held from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, May 7, at the gallery on Main Street in Gloucester. Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling the gallery. Walks-ins are also welcome, up to a maximum of 50 people.
Her exhibit, “Un/Changing Light: Exploring Urban Landscapes,” will run until May 29.
Flower secured first place and a solo show at Arts on Main with his realistic depiction of a bridge scene, said a press release. Juror and Judge Carrie Spencer, curator of Contemporary Art & Education at The Hermitage Museum and Gardens in Norfolk, said of the piece, “The artist clearly demonstrates high quality painting skills, but what stands out about this piece is the composition. The composition captures the viewer, drawing them into the scene. The artist’s choice of viewpoint gives the viewer a unique perspective to the scene. The fact that we (the viewers) can...
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