“THAT BOWERSOCK” OPENS WITH AN ARTISTS’ RECEPTION FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 7 TO 9 AND RUNS THROUGH JULY 11TH

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Features Steve Bowersock presentation of his newest series of dreamscape, surreal, expressionist oil paintings.

For this show only Bowersock hands off curation responsibilities to gallery manager and co-owner Michael Senger.

 

“This is one of the more varied and large collections of Steve’s work to date,” Senger says. “It’s all new work but will include new, and revisited series, as well as landscapes, a real departure for Steve.” As always there is a collection of work depicting Bowersock’s fascination with things that swim, and swirl along with wind swept figures.

“I’m often asked where these images come from. The truth is, many are pluck straight from my night and day dreams,” Bowersock says. “Others come less readily; hiding just outside the frame of though, irritants that I struggle with till a key word or image brings it into focus.”

The floating figure, an early series, has returned. “She continues to fascinate me,” Bowersock says. “I can’t imagine she will ever stop visiting. She touches on something different for me every time.”

For the first time Bowersock has a collection of small landscapes painted both in studio and plein air.

“I encourage gallery artists to stretch, try new things. Earlier this year I took my own advice and studied under two incredible artists, working outside my comfort-zone,” he says. “There was something freeing about getting lost in the colors and painting what was right in front of me; but I also see it as a way to support my personal artistic vision and interest in symbols and stories.”

Bowersock’s collection also includes work from his Koi Fish and Suited Man series.

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