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Tone Poems: Flowers & Fancies* | A Suite of Recent Prints by Gina Harrison
Like their musical counterparts, these visual tone poems explore single ideas, here in saturated, jewel-tone color palettes. Most are concerned with movement and how gesture conveys mood. Titles may suggest the source of inspiration or imitation. Several reference musical works, a nod to form or mood or source material.
1. a feeling of liking or attraction. 2. the faculty of imagination.
3. a composition for keyboard or strings in free or variation form.
Origin—late Middle English: a contraction of fantasy.
[—New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd ed.]
Tone Poems is currently on exhibit thru February 2020 at Castalia, an [email protected] Venue Partner in Meadowmont in Chapel Hill, NC. Sponsored by the Durham Art Guild, "the [email protected] Program connects local artists to local businesses for mutually beneficial opportunities. The primary goal of the program is to sell (or lease) local art to local businesses to be displayed in their offices and private or public buildings. In addition to supporting local artists and the arts community, [email protected] clients have the opportunity to visually reflect the aesthetic, brand and values of their business by selecting art from a wide variety of artists, styles and mediums. DAG can provide an array of consulting and professional services to meet different needs and different budgets."
The gallery is located in the
1st Floor Main Lobby
301 W. Barbee Chapel Rd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Monday – Friday: 7:00AM-6:00PM
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