The Wellesley Free Library through July exhibits the late Abstract Expressionist artist Lois Gross Smiley, and the ink sketches of Rob Dunlavey.
Abstract Expressionism, Lois Gross Smiley
The public is invited to a reception on Tuesday July 23 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
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Drawings of landscapes and birds, Rob Dunlavey
Dunlavey’s large ink sketches of ducks and herons at the South Natick Dam and Lake Waban are the result of intense and diligent working “en plein air.” Dunlavey lives in South Natick and is a habitué of the Charles River and Wellesley. He is also a published children’s book illustrator. Find out more at www.robd.com.
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Richard Talley says
I’ve recently acquired a Lois Gross Smiley pastel from 1980 in its original frame from Bark Frameworks in New York. What a fantastic artist. What a once in a lifetime find. I’m so thankful I have learned of this artist and her work.
Bob Brown says
Lucky you, thanks for sharing Richard…Bob & Deborah