Local Art: The Language of Trees at redhouse


Just a quick feature on a cool art exhibit currently hosted in redhouse’s Joan Lukas Rothenberg Gallery. Through Friday, October 4th you can check out The Language of Trees. It’s a group painting exhibition centered on tree imagery. Artists include Maria Rizzo (the Tech Garden’s Curator-in-Residence) and Marianne Smith Dalton, with selected work by William Smith as well. I’ve seen a few of Maria’s works in person and they are really great. They work shows a meticulous approach and some of them look like photos because of this attention to detail. Her work presents something we take for granted and reintroduces the power of trees. It takes a specific skill to communicate the inexpressible through art and Maria’s paintings do just that. Two brand new paintings by Maria were actually unveiled on opening night. Stop in soon, The Language of Trees is totally worth your time!

That’s all for me on this one. I recommend checking out Maria’s blog post on The Language of Trees, Marianne Dalton’s A View to Forever, and Maria Rizzo Art for more details on what to expect.

Enjoy the exhibit! Official flyer below.

The Language of Trees at Redhouse Arts Center
201 South West Street (Directions)
Now through Friday, October 4th

Gallery Hours:
Monday through Friday – 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
FREE – By appointment, call (315) 425-0405

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