Published: June 12, 2001
Twenty-three Artists Unite through the Season’s Vistas
NEW YORK CITY – For its summer exhibition, Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery will show the work of 23 artists who will explore perceptions of the season in “.”
The works on view are as varied in medium as they are in subject, with summer vistas as the common thread uniting them. The artists have taken abstract notions surrounding the season and rendered them palpable through their individual representations. Whether the scene is an ethereal photograph of a distant castle at lake’s edge, a warm breeze rippling the waters, a playful still life glorifying the fruits of summer present, or a landscape paying homage to summers past, each work conveys a unique impression of the season’s charms.
Richard Baumann, Steven Bigler, Paul Caranicas, Mary Ann Currier, Randall Diehl, Ariadne Getty, Robert Harding, Jan Lassetter, John McCormic, Susan P. Meisel, Rey Milici, Matthew Pierog, Scott Prior, Kathy Ruttenberg, Ben Schonziet, Jock Sturges, Daniel K. Tennant, Ernest Viveiros, Robert Terry, Georg Viktor, Mark Wethli, Alan Wolfson and Mark Workman are the artists represented.
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