WARREN, Pa. – The Crary Art Gallery has a pair of solo exhibitions set to open on Nov. 20 (Saturday), featuring the contrast of vividly colored pop-art nature works and emotionally expressive black and white landscapes.
Showing in the Main and North Galleries, “True Pop Nature” is a collection of small to medium-size pop paintings of nature subjects by David Palmer of Los Angeles, CA.
The South Galleries will feature “Terrain”, a series of small-scale monochromatic landscape drawings by Lauren Scavo-Fulk of Pittsburgh, PA.
Learn more at the artist’s website davidpalmerstudio.com. Read more on Scavo-Fulk’s website at laurenscavo.com.
Both exhibitions will run through December 19, 2021, with an Open House on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 12 – 6 p.m. to view the new exhibitions.