Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach
November 30 – December 20
Mary Sipp Green
Findlay Galleries is pleased to present “A Certain Slant of Light”, an exhibition featuring the most recent work of American contemporary landscape painter Mary Sipp Green. This exhibition title takes inspiration from Emily Dickinson’s poem, “There’s a certain Slant of light”, in which the poet describes the feeling of light and its effect on the viewer.
Sipp Green’s remarkable skill and craft is displayed in her skies and tranquil waters which are the embodiment of light and time. Her works capture moments when the light is low and ethereal; at dawn and dusk, twilight and moonlight, when hard edges disappear into the nebulous atmosphere. She believes that these paintings are about looking at the secrets of light as it relates to the passage of time.
Mary Sipp Green has been exhibiting her work since 1990 and has been actively participating in solo and group exhibitions with Findlay Galleries in both New York and Palm Beach since 2005. Her work is included in the permanent collections of The Butler Institute of American Art and the D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts.
November 2 – November 27
Findlay Galleries presents Frank Lobdell – Bay Area Abstract Expressionist
Findlay Galleries is proud to be the exclusive representative of the Estate of renowned Bay Area artist, Frank Lobdell (1921-2013). A central figure in the development of the Post-War San Francisco abstract painting movement, Lobdell’s work incorporates iconography rooted in the practices of European masters such as Picasso, Miro and Klee combined with powerful abstract expressionist techniques embraced by influential American painter, Clyfford Still. This inaugural Palm Beach exhibition includes paintings and works on paper spanning seven decades.