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Winter Solstice

A ViewPoint Member's Group Show

Exhibition: December 6-30, 2018

Opening Reception:  Thursday, December 6, 6-8pm

Artist's talk:  Sunday, December 16, at 2 pm

​Open to the Public - Free to Attend

The Winter Solstice occurs on the longest night / shortest day of the year, the day when the “sun stands still” in the sky. This event deeply affects our psyche; it has been marked and celebrated since Neolithic times. The feeling of hope inspired by the return of light confirms the promises the new life spring will bring. This year, ViewPoint Gallery is celebrating the solstice with an exhibition.


In this exhibition seven artists will be showing work that expresses this return to light and the sense of hope that it brings. Thus many different views of the meaning of Solstice emerge. Images range from the celebration of the winter landscape to the quality of winter's light.


Participating artists are: Eric Boutilier-Brown, Ted Coldwell, Angie Creaser, Kathleen Flanagan, Doug van Hemessen, Jennifer Modigliani, and Roxanne Smith.

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