"Retrospective Works of Sara Bridgman 1967-2014"

May 9 through August 2, 2014
(Please note: the gallery will be closed on Friday, July 4.) 

Sara Bridgman: "Mary Francis La'Monge," Oil on Canvas

Opening Reception: Friday, May 9, 5:30 to 8 pm, FREE
Artist Talk: Saturday, June 21, 2 to 4 pm, FREE

Accessibility ServicesSaturday, June 21: Audio description and ASL interpretation are available upon request.
To request services, please contact Nancy at 802-652-4505 by June 9.

Watch Sara's tour on July 12.

If you are interested in purchasing any of Sara Bridgman's work please contact gallery curator/manager Nancy Abbott-Hourigan at 802-652-4505 or nabbott@flynncenter.org to make arrangements. Private viewing during business hours may also be arranged upon request.

Charlotte artist Sara Bridgman presents a solo exhibit in the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery and an opening reception on Friday, May 9 at 5:30 pm. The exhibit, Retrospective Works of Sara Bridgman 1967–2014, can be seen in the gallery on Saturdays through August 2. Bridgman also gives an artist’s talk on Saturday, June 21 from 2-4 pm.  

Bridgman’s art began in the 1970s with etchings and she later incorporated oil painting into her work. She spent a good deal of time in the 1980s exploring landscapes. It was during this period that she formed a strong bond by using a practice she calls “using the magic and wonder and developing the spirit of art and sight.” Working in the 1990s, Bridgman worked tirelessly and quietly and became “close to being with the power and intelligence of life itself.”

Bridgman’s paintings of Mary Francis La’Monge began when she envisioned Mary Francis wearing a see-through dress with daisies all over. Mary Francis is an inspirational presence in Bridgman’s art.

Bridgman studied art at the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, and she spent four years studying etching at The School of Visual Arts in New York, NY. Her work has been shown at Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY; Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, VT; Pierson Library, Shelburne, VT; Webb & Parson Gallery, Burlington, VT; and most recently at JDK Gallery, Burlington, VT. 

Special thanks to John E. Bates for curating this exhibition.

Contact Flynn Marketing at 802-652-4500 or marketing@flynncenter.org for more information.

This exhibition is generously supported by Amy E. Tarrant. This exhibit is also supported in part by the Vermont Arts Council, The Vermont Community Foundation, and the Surdna Foundation.

 

Pictured: "Mary Francis La'Monge," Oil on Canvas

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