A PATH WELL TRAVELED:
Works by Ed Epstein and George Kurjanowicz
July 5–September 29, 2017
Pavilion Office Building, 109 State Street, Montpelier
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Edward Epstein has created beautifully rendered portraits of regional artists and photographers using acrylic on wood panels. Ed captures the heart, soul, and spirit of these local icons; some of which include Nicholas Hecht, Andrew Kline, Jamie Cope, Stanley Lutostansky, Frank Woods, Janet Van Fleet, and George Kurjanowicz. In this collection of work, Ed is also exhibiting vibrant Vermont landscapes from 2016. Created with oil and oil pastel on paper. Expressionistic in color and line, these images display the splendor of the seasons through the energy of light and shadow.
George Kurjanowicz, a Barre-based sculptor, has been working as an artist in commercial granite sculpture for most of his career. However, when given the opportunity to exhibit his personal artwork, the scope of his artistry and his abstract sculpting techniques reveal the profoundly personal in his work. George’s intuitive sensibility and skills transcend each form he creates into exquisite, simple beauty.