Jan Aronson To Give Talk And Gallery Tour Of Her Work On Exhibit
At The Bayly Art Museum
presentation and gallery talk by artist Jan Aronson
Sunday, June 3, 2 p.m.
Slide talk in Campbell Hall, Room 153, followed by a gallery
talk In the Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
command of media, from drawing and pastel to watercolor and oil,
is illustrated in her exhibition at the Bayly Art Museum, Elements:
New Work by Jan Aronson. In the slide lecture, she will
discuss her use of vibrant colors and forms that stimulate the senses
and allow one to contemplate the grandeur of nature and man's place
in the natural world.
nature explorations work on many levels. Her cloud formations appeal
to both emotional and mystical states with their ever-changing imagery.
Her landscapes, inspired by her travels, from New England to Peru
and from Kenya to the Caribbean, reference place as both a physical
location and an abstract metaphorical site.
15 years, Aronson has painted full time and has participated in
more than 40 group shows and numerous solo exhibitions.
work is on view at the Bayly through Sunday, July 22.
Bayly Art Museum is open to the public without charge Tuesday through
Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. A small parking lot for visitors is located behind
more information about the exhibition and the Bayly Art Museum,
visit the Bayly Web site at www.virginia.edu/~bayly.
Jane Ford, (804) 924-4298