Portraits in art
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“Maybe” by Diane Sullivan                      
Photo by John Polak Photography
“Maybe” by Diane Sullivan Photo by John Polak Photography
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READSBORO- Confluence gallery will open its second season on May 6 with a show of portraiture. The show, titled “Exploring Portraiture,” is curated by gallery manager John Walker. The show explores four different artists’ take on the general idea of making and using portraits in art, and includes a broad range of materials and intentions.

“Exploring Portraiture” will feature artists from the North Adams, MA,-Readsboro area whose work ranges from ceramic busts by Diane Sullivan to photographic collages by Laura Christensen. In the mix as well are straight ahead portrait paintings in oils by Julia Dixon, and fine photographic portraits by Ann Floriani.

Confluence, Readsboro’s first gallery, is located in the historic Bullock Building at 7012 Main Street.

The opening reception takes place on May 5 between 5 and 7 pm. The exhibit runs May 6 to June 11. Gallery hours are Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm, and Sundays 12 to 4 pm, or by appointment. For information call (802) 423-5600 or email Confluence@ReadsboroArts.org.

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