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“NOW is the Time to SPRING Ahead!”
Spring is the theme of the new April exhibit at the ARTery Gallery in Milford, located in historic Forest Hall at 210 Broad Street. This show features the colorful work of Pocono resident Rena Hottinger, who originates from Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York.
Hottinger is a master of free-style multiple media. She allows her natural artistic impulses to manifest in each piece, intuitively arranging colors and shapes on the canvas to her own unique specifications. Her materials are varied and extensive: acrylics, oils, impasto, cold wax, glitter paint with sand, chipped rocks, soft pastel, charcoal, ink, marker; crayon, collage, clay, floral design, and photography.
Since 2016, Hottinger has also been re-interpreting the work of Old Masters and other more current well-known artists. By reading and studying about the artist first, she channels the energy and emotions expressed in the original artwork to take the artist’s work in a new direction. In this manner, Hottinger recently honored female artists Joan Mitchell and Georgia O’Keeffe as part of a group exhibit March 6th though 28th celebrating “Women’s History Month” at the Smithfield Community & Cultural Center in East Stroudsburg, PA.
You can meet Rena Hottinger in Milford at the ARTery’s opening reception on Saturday, April 8th from 6-9 PM, which includes refreshments. The public is welcome to attend this free cultural event.
The ARTery Gallery, is a cooperatively owned and operated fine art gallery, serving regional artists and art lovers since 1996. The gallery features a wide array of artistic talent ranging from traditional oil, watercolor, and photography to sculpture, jewelry, textiles, pottery, and collage.
The Hottinger exhibit will be on display from Thursday, April 6th through Monday, May 8th, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.