The Delamar in Southport is hosting an opening for Weston artist Carole McClintock on the evening of July 18th.
The exhibition, entitled “Air and Water,” will feature the artist’s popular koi series, latest sky scape images and impressionist style poppy paintings from her recent trip to France.
There will be a wine and cheese reception beginning at 5:30p.m.
Ms. McClintock’s exhibit was inspired by her wonder of the immense changing colors of the sky and the mesmerizing movement of koi fish swimming underwater.
“The main goal I have, is to portray the essence of an image without giving away all the answers. This allows the viewer to engage, reflect, and feel,” says McClintock. “My wish is that people will find a piece that they connect with in order for me to share the passion that I felt when it was created.”
McClintock graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a degree in Fine art and Psychology. She studied art history in Paris for a year and currently keeps her skills sharp with weekly classes at the Silvermine School of Art in New Canaan.
Her work has sold in galleries nationwide since 1990, has been featured in dozens of local exhibits in Fairfield County, and is collected by people all over the world.