EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens two new exhibits on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 12-3 p.m. (free). Come help us celebrate the new exhibitions that are perfect for fall: “I vaguely remember” with oil paintings by Sharon Gordon and “Along the Mohawk – A photographic journey through the heart of N.Y.S.,” by Mark Minard.
Showing in the East Gallery, Sharon Gorden’s new oil painting series, “I vaguely remember,” takes away the horizon line from her abstract landscapes, inviting the viewer into a more intimate point of view. She intends to capture and transport the viewer into a segment of a larger landscape that may be seemingly ambiguous, yet familiar. The paintings provide an opportunity to wander through passages exploring one’s whereabouts, recalling moments of time and space that may have been visited before. Sharon exhibits successfully in group and solo shows, including the Everson Museum of Art’s Biennial Exhibition. She is represented in galleries throughout the East Coast. Her painting studio and residence are in Syracuse.