Susan Brearey's Elemental Images

Susan Brearey's Elemental Images

There will be a closing reception and forum on Susan Brearey's Elemental Images, featuring a short film, music, and conversation: Sunday, May 1, 7 to 9 p.m. at C.X. Silver Gallery, 814 Western Av., Brattleboro.

A 17-minute film, "The Magic Lantern Along the Pennine Way" will be shown at C.X. Silver Gallery Sunday evening, May 1, 2016, 7pm, and book launch, Elemental Images, with music by Tim Eriksen, and afterwards a forum/conversation.

Brearey is featured in the film. "This was my summer collaboration with artist, Dylan Stone, and American musician, Tim Eriksen in England," says Susan. "We spent 12 days working in the northern Peak's District of England along the scenic national trail called the Pennine Way, which stretches across 286 miles of mountain tops and crosses Hadrian's Wall. British photographer and film maker, Claire Nathan, made a film of us making magic lantern slide paintings and drawings while Tim created the music on site. It's a journey of sorts of three artists finding inspiration in this amazing landscape with a nod to John Constable and his wonderful sky paintings."

This is the last week to see an exhibition of more than 20 years of Sue's work, including never-before-seen works and works done this year. This is also a book launch for 'Susan Brearey: Elemental Images'

For more information call 802-257-7898.


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