Clovernook Center presents ‘Candlelite Terrace’ – Pottery & Paintings by Lynn Jansen
September 26, 2012 – Cincinnati, OH – Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a not-for-profit organization in North College Hill, will host a gallery opening in The Willoughby Art Gallery, located in Procter Center on Clovernook Center’s campus. Jansen, Clovernook Center’s talented artist, and member of the board of trustees, who is vision and hearing impaired, will delight audiences with her show of pottery and paintings. Jansen named her show after the street she grew up on which remains fondly in her memory. Jansen states, “When I think back on my time spent living on Candlelite Terrace, I recall green backyards, blue skies and peaceful evenings. I have such fond memories of lighting candles in the backyard and enjoying the scenery. All of the pieces in this show remind me of those wonderful times.” Scott Wallace, Clovernook’s recreation specialist comments, “‘Candelite Terrace’ will be a great opportunity for the public to view a more comprehensive body of Lynn’s work. Her pottery focuses on relationships -- More -- News Release: Clovernook Center presents ‘Candlelite Terrace’ – Pottery & Paintings by Lynn Jansen – page two between light, form and color, creating an internal dialogue for her about the past and the present. Her paintings are intimate and experimental the way a mirror reflects and refracts light. Lynn’s connection with powerful yet personal surfaces is almost akin to the work of painter Helen Frankenthaler. Lynn has taken a very brave journey with this exhibition; one that I know the viewer will enjoy discovering.” This fascinating exhibitions opening reception will take place Friday, October 5th from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. and is open to the public. The exhibit will remain open Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., or by appointment, through October 26th, 2012. The Willoughby Art Gallery is located at 7000 Hamilton Avenue in North College Hill in Procter Center.
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