The Lodge at Woodloch, Summer 2011 | Jun 28 - Sep 19, 2011

Ellen Hopkins Fountain- %22Coleus I%22 watercolor.jpg
Ellen Hopkins Fountain- %22Dark Aquatic%22 watercolor,.jpg
Mary Manning, monotypes on spa wall.jpg
Ellen Hopkins Fountain %22Golden Foliage%22 watercolor.jpg
Mary Manning, monotypes in studio.jpg
Mary Manning, monotypes on spa wall..jpg
Mary Manning, Monotypes, in studio.jpg
Ellen Hopkins Fountain- %22Argent Pond%22 watercolor.jpg
Mary Manning- %22Bay Tambour 2%22 monotype print..jpg
Mary Manning,%22Enlightened Species I%22 12 x 12 monotype, from Enlightened Species series..jpg

Jun 28 - Sep 19, 2011

This exhibit features two artists: Ellen Hopkins Fountain, a master watercolorist from Ardsley, New York and Mary Manning, a master printer and painter from Westport, Connecticut. Both artists started out in graphic design for theater and television. Their personal work has evolved with great expressions of color, light and form. Hopkins Fountain is inspired by the Hudson River and her surroundings, which she portrays with both great clarity and muted, moody suggestion. Mary Manning's monotypes are colorful, free floating forms, suggesting marine and plant life.