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Inspired by Blue -  “If you see a tree as blue, then make it blue”


Blue represents the sky and the sea and is associated with calmness and relaxation, tranquility and stability. Paradoxically, blue is also associated with coldness, sadness and melancholy, as in "singing the blues." It is the favorite color of both men and women and is said to represent a deep need for personal inner peace and truth. Gallery 40 is presenting "Inspired by Blue" dedicated to the spirit of Gauguin: “If you see a tree as blue, then make it blue.” A pure call to imagination and distinctive style. 

Participating artists:
Richard Arnold, Vicki Arthur, Paola Bari, Naomi Berkery, Edward Berkise, Marika Blossfeldt, Judith Campanaro, Daisy de Puthod, Ana Delgado, Shari Diamond, Collin Douma, Jennie Duke, Donna Faranda, Katherine Follett, Harriet Forman Barrett, Sharon Frey, Pamela Garfield, Michael Garland, Ron Garofalo, Mary Ann Glass, Susan Hennelly, Martha Hill, Betsy Jacaruso, Martine Kasmin, Nansi Lent, John McGiff, Victoria McKenna, Rossella BLUE Mocerino, Sylvia Mueller, Emily Nomer, Cindy Sumerano, Lorna Thompson, Julia Van Develder, Beth Walters-Storyk, Lisa Winika

Juror of Selection: Sarah Fortner Pierson

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