Landing Gallery, 409 Main St. in Rockland, is featuring a new exhibit, “Nuance of Color,” a solo exhibition of 51 new paintings by Irma Cerese.

The exhibit runs through Sept. 15.

Her landscape paintings are seen simultaneously as both representational landscape and abstraction.

“I make paintings because the act of manipulating colored paint on a canvas is an intense, visceral process for me and I like to see what develops as I do this,” Cerese said in a press release.

“Color itself has always fascinated me, and has formed the basis of all my work, beginning with geometric abstractions.

“After awhile, it felt like something was missing in the abstractions and I turned to landscape both as a point of connection and departure …”

The exhibit celebrates her 12th anniversary with Landing Gallery, where she has an annual solo exhibit of her new paintings.

For more information, call 239-1223 or go to LandingArt.com.


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