Art Exhibit: Quincy Anderson
Opens on Sunday, April 24, in the UUC chapel
Look for a new art exhibit in the chapel on April 24, entitled “Gentle Disturbance.” The painter, Quincy Anderson, describes her art as follows: “I am fascinated by the way water transforms light—creating reflected images on the surface and refracted images underneath. I am also mesmerized by the movement of waves through water—how the harmonic content of different wave patterns intersect and how they magnify, and then telescope all of the layers of images above and below.”
Quincy Anderson has been an exhibiting artist for over thirty years. Her sense of aesthetics and technique was greatly influenced by her study of calligraphy, haiga painting and tea ceremony in Japan. Her study of painting in France, Italy, and Greece brought the elements of architectural design into her work. Travels in Indonesia, Thailand and West Africa have also enhanced her imagery and love of pattern.
There will not be an artist reception this month. For more information about the artist, visit her website at quincyanderson.com. To purchase a painting, look for a member of the Art Committee at the Information Station in Nathan Johnson Hall between services on April 24, or any Art Committee member wearing a large red button during coffee hour on the following Sundays, or contact Rhona Jack or Judy Oerkvitz. (Find their contact info in the UUC Connect directory.)