Featuring artists: Debbie Gioello and Barbara Alice Moir
Show dates: NOVEMBER 12 –DECEMBER 7, 2015
The public is invited to the Artist’s reception and Milford’s “Art After Dark” celebration on Saturday, November 14th from 6-9pm.
CONCEPTS IN COLOR
Milford artist Debbie Gioello known for exploring various theories, techniques and expressions, is presenting a collection of paintings reflecting the rhythm and harmony of colors as they relate to nature and to the interpretation of the viewer.
According to new research, color influences the body’s internal clock known as “Circadian Rhythm” as blues and yellows reflect the external rising and setting of the sun. The seven rays are the prismatic light … red; orange; yellow; green; blue; and indigo violet.
Gioello’s three distinct collections of paintings incorporate colors with an emphasis juxtaposing line and balance. Her three conceptual presentations of colors are:
COLORS IN MOTION – JUXTAPOSED COGNATIVE COLOR (Body Rhythm)
FIELDS OF COLOR – COLORS IN HARMONY WITH NATURE (Flower Fields)
RAYS OF COLOR – PRIMATVE COLOR FORCE (Reactive Body & Light)
Pathways of Light
Recording various travels and experiences over this past year, artist Barbara Alice Moir, explores applications of light in this exhibit of oil landscapes. From the glow of lanterns on cobbled streets of Montreal, to cool morning rays on the cliffs above the Bay of Fundy in New Brundswick, to the setting sun’s streak across a grassy meadow, to the glisten of a rainy night in Florence—light is the topic, in all its wonder and variations. This is Barbara’s second Artery show. She is an artist from the Port Jervis and Sullivan County area and the former Barbara C. Thompson.