‘Transitions’ at Camden Falls
Camden — As the hustle and bustle of summer settles behind us, Camden Falls Gallery offers “Transitions,” a rich harvest of new works by gallery artists Daniel Corey and Jill Valliere, sharing the fruits of their summer labor. The show runs through mid-October at the gallery at 5 Public Landing, overlooking the harbor.
With bold, energetic brushwork and unexpected color harmonies, Corey serves up a fresh look at a bounty of subject matter rooted in everyday life in Maine — from the charms of an old yellow farmhouse on a sunny summer’s day and the stillness of a lobster boat resting quietly beneath a Harvest Moon to a glimpse of the warm glow of sunlight just beyond the artist’s own kitchen window.
While Valliere’s new mixed media work differs vastly from Corey’s traditional oil paintings, it too is inspired by the beauty of Maine. Combining subtle layers of rich, warm color embedded with cool, hard metallic accents, Valliere’s highly textured landscapes capture the ethereal essence of light as it shifts across shimmering surfaces.
Camden Falls Gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call 470-7027 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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