A brief blurb and photo of Rachel Brask’s exhibit of rainy paintings at Sprout Warren Gallery appeared in the Warren Times-Gazette.
“Rainy Moments” an exhibit of Rachel Brask’s new work, is at the Art Gallery at Sprout Coworking, 489 Main St., through Feb 28. Works by Edmund McAloon and Neal Personeus are also on display. Gallery hours are Monday to Friday from 9am-5pm.
“Through these oil paintings on canvas, I seek to capture a single abstracted moment between a rainy day and its observer; between a moment in reality and its abstract experience,” Ms. Brask said. She is an active member of the Rhode Island art community, serving on Art League’s board of directors. She lives just outside Providence with her husband.
I’ve been working on a study for a larger three-canvas painting commission inspired by the look of the client’s backyard forest with the sunset glowing through the forest. These are just a few of the first steps in this particular process, as this commission is still in progress.
Rachel Brask will be the featured artist at Sprout Coworking Warren Gallery for February 2019. Her bright abstract impressions of rainy days will be up Feb 1-28. An opening reception will be held on Friday, February 15, 6-8pm. Free and open to the public, come on out and meet the artist, enjoy light refreshments and take in the art!
Sprout Warren is located on 489 Main Street, Warren, Rhode Island. The gallery also includes sculptures by Neal Personeus and Ed McAloon.