At Home in the Village

Posted by on Apr 3, 2017 in Exhibits & Events | No Comments

   

At Home in the Village

“I think a little messy is healthy.  Find unmanicured far more interesting.  And enjoy the uncommon.” says Ann Trainor Domingue describing her approach to painting.  During the month of April Kennedy Gallery will present an exhibit of Ann’s recent works, inspired by the hardworking lifestyle of local people and the varied landscapes found throughout New England.  According to Ann, “Each artwork has a story to tell – like a poem or even a short story.  As in a writer’s work, each piece will have many plot turns before resolving.  It’s a process I thoroughly enjoy.”  This enjoyment is evident in the layered textures, vibrant colors, and playful movement throughout her paintings.  They make you smile…and often imagine your own stories to accompany the art.

Ann is a Copley Fellow at the Copley Society of Art in Boston.  Most recently, she won the NHAA Sheafe Warehouse puzzle contest and will have one of her images reproduced as a puzzle this summer.

Please join us for an Opening Reception to meet the artist on Friday, April 7, from 5-8 pm, in conjunction with the monthly Art Round Town Gallery Walk. The artwork for “At Home in the Village” may be viewed at our A.R.T. Featured Monthly Show page.