Beatrice Dauge Kaufmann, whose often abstract paintings include seascapes, landscapes and still life, will be exhibiting her work at Wellesley’s Village Church until July 29 (9-4 weekdays in June, 9-noon weekdays in July, 8:30-11 Saturdays, 8-noon Sundays).
“My work is very colorful and vibrant, and I express my own emotions on canvases,” says Kaufmann, who was born in Switzerland but moved to the Boston area 10 years ago to live and work. “To show it in the Village Church gives people happiness, serenity and peace.”
Dauge has shown her paintings in Wellesley before, including at Tenacre School, where she has taught art classes. She also has sold works to individuals and art collectors in town.
Dauge’s work has been recognized by outfits such as the Copley Society of Art in Boston.
Her paintings will be for sale and cost from $150-$790 for small pieces, and up to $4,800 for larger pieces. She’s knocking 25% off prices during the show and 10% of sales will go to the church. A reception is slated for June 16th from 3 to 5 pm at the Wellesley Congregational (Village) Church.