Fairfield artist Diane Pollack will have her work featured at Art/Place Gallery at The Watermark at 3030 Park from July 10 through September.
The opening reception for her exhibit, entitled “Mended Hearts,” will be held at The Watermark on Wednesday, July 10, at 2:00 p.m. Pollack will discuss her work during the reception, which will include light refreshments and entertainment by pianist Tony Procaccini.
Pollack has exhibited widely throughout Connecticut and Tucson, Ariz., where she founded the Paper Works Collective. She is a co-chairperson of Art/Place, a curator for the Kershner Gallery at the Fairfield Public Library and has lectured at the Asia Society in New York City.
For her latest Art/Place Gallery at The Watermark exhibit, Pollack has created a new series of dynamic patterns by cutting prints horizontally and stitching them together.
“Many of my pieces for this exhibit are inspired by the fundamental role women play as bearers of life,” Pollack said. “By arranging and multiplying the abstracted female forms and vessels in my prints, I suggest generations of knowledge and life experience, both individual and collective.”
For more information, call The Watermark at 203-374-5611.