Artist presents piece at stART Space
MANCHESTER — Artist and gallery owner Carolina Ellenbogen has completed the largest work of art in her career.
The 6-foot by 8-foot painting, commissioned by a private collector, can be seen at stART Space on Saturday, May 25 before it leaves on its journey to Atlanta, Georgia.
The piece was inspired by a collection of works titled "When the Light Folds," which is a series of minimalist, abstract and geometric paintings by Ellenbogen that reveal light projected onto and into architectural environments.
"While nothing is visible without it," Ellenbogen said. "We don't see light by itself, we see through it."
Collectors and art enthusiasts are invited to see the painting and the series that inspired the commission on May 25. Light refreshments will be served at 5 p.m. and a brief artist talk on the topic of "light as a subject" will take place at 5:30 p.m.
stART Space gallery is located at 263 Depot St. in the Manchester Shopping Center.
Find hours and information at www.startspace.art.
Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-768-8498.
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