(Lenox, MA - PRESS RELEASE) The Wit Gallery of Art and Wine presents a reception for three artists: painter Suzanne Howes-Stevens, mixed media artist Carol Staub and sculptor Barbara Scavotto-Earley. During this event, the gallery will also be holding a wine tasting of select wines from it’s inventory of organic, artisan wines. Adam English, of Café Europa distributors will be pouring a tastes of new South American wines that we think are perfect for the upcoming fall season.
|Portal #12 - Suzanne Howes-Stevens|
Suzanne Howes-Stevens paints scenes of waterways in oil paint onto maps. Her paintings are subtle, filled with natural light and the atmosphere of the season during which she is working. Her paintings show us the beauty of these waterways and emphasize the importance of wetlands conservation; so much so that she has received a grant from the George Segal Foundation in the past.
|Oriental Influence #6 - Carol Staub|
Carol Staub’s multi media collage and paintings have garnered over 70 National and International awards and have been featured or published in several magazines and newspapers around the country. Her work is earthy and warm, often with an Asian influence. In addition to teaching workshops in Mixed Media and Collage, she serves on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Women Artists (the Florida Chapter) and is a member of several artistic clubs and societies.
|Earley Choice of Freedom - Barbara Scavotto-Earley|
Barbara Scavotto-Earley depicts stories of the human experience with her ceramic and mixed media sculptural work. Throughout her art career, she has modeled, assembled, painted, carved and welded virtues, intemperance, social concerns, spirituality, humor and other pieces in the epic puzzle of human conduct. A sprinkling of wit is common, even in her most reflective sculptures.
August 21, 2010 ~ 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
The Wit Gallery of Art And Wine
27 Church St..