SYNC Gallery presents Liz Lautrup

Each of the paintings in this series began as an organic, connected set of dark, thick lines – these roots underlie each painting whether they are seen or hidden by subsequent layers. Scribbled lines and words symbolize connection and messages left for the viewer to receive and interpret. In each painting, there is a crack or doorway, an entry point into deeper layers where the roots that lie beneath the surface can be explored. The paintings lead others to connect with their own memories and deeper roots, and imbue space with energy and mystery. Liz Lautrup is an abstract painter working in water-based media. She uses lines, symbols, pigments, acrylics and lots of water to create layered pa

SYNC Gallery presents Sandy Marvin

Sandy Marvin reveres trees for their fortitude, perseverance, beauty and quiet grace. She likes to be among them; the ponderosa forest that surrounds her cabin in Beulah, and near them; the elegant cottonwoods along the rivers and streams. Their forms reveal their particular nature and their individual histories. These paintings are Marvin’s efforts to visually capture the souls of these wonderful trees she has encountered here in Colorado and in Maine. Some are done plein air and some in the studio. All are painted in soft pastel with an underpainting of watercolor or oil wash. Marvin is a Colorado artist working primarily in soft pastel. Real-world subject matter is her usual starting poin

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