Foreshadow to Spring: Briana Corr-Scott
Join Argyle Fine Art this Friday, April 7th from 7pm-9pm, for the opening reception and celebration of the latest paintings by Briana Corr-Scott and the return of SPRING! These paintings are some of the most exquisite works by Briana yet! If you’d like to see the show before it opens you can visit us anytime as the works are now on the walls or request images to be sent directly to your email by contacting us at gallery(at)argylefa.com Three works have already sold, so get in touch soon!
The show will continue for the month of April and be online at www.argylefineart.com once the show opens officially.
In addition to the art opening night, we will also be treated to some special music by Rachel Bruch, aka Blue Lobelia. To watch/listen to a recent creation by here click here: https://www.youtube.com/
Briana speaks about her work in her own words:
My recent work continues the theme of my 2016 series, Spring/Light.The new paintings focus on the light I see in late winter-these struggling last hours waiting for spring to come. This time of year is a period of flux and longing. The warm late winter light and the golden-pink evenings foreshadow the joy that will eventually come. All year, I moved back and forth from working on glowing floral scenes to paintings of darkly shrouded shells. I found myself thinking about what these objects represented in the work.
The spring blooms and branches represent life, whatever it is; this fleeting, vibrant moment of living.The shells, although equally as beautiful, represent the past. A shell is an object that is a
remnant of what it was; it is a tie to its past life. I felt I was moving from a foreshadowing of grief to a foreshadowing of joy-yearning for new present joy, and nostalgic for old joys.