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Robin Frisella – Still Lifes in Pastel

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The fall season of Glastonbury Arts’ GOT ART series continues with a program featuring award-winning pastel artist, Robin Frisella. “Still Lifes in Pastel” will be held on Wednesday, October 19 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm in the Friends Room at Welles-Turner Memorial Library, 2407 Main Street, Glastonbury.

Robin Frisella, Apples and Stripes, pastel

Robin Frisella, Apples and Stripes, pastel

Robin has received numerous national and regional awards for her paintings. Although she has a passion for portraiture, the focus of her work is still life paintings. Her presentation will provide insights into the process she uses to create timeless and elegant works, starting with an arrangement of traditional objects and then adding flowers and fruit. She combines layers of soft pastels to develop a “rich buttery feel,” bringing out the beauty in simple objects. She is fascinated with light and the ways in which it can be represented, and capturing the nuances of light is a focus of her work. The effect of each painting, whether it be a complex composition or one of her signature depictions of apples, is to draw the viewer in, evoking an emotional response from the striking beauty and simplicity of the piece.

Robin has been elected a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and she is a juried member of the Copley Society of Boston. Her work has been published in the Best of America Pastel Artists Vol. II, American Artist magazine, New Hampshire magazine, The American Art Collector, Artscope, and the Pastel Journal.

Robin has recently opened a new studio, Frisella Fine Art, in Hampton Falls, NH. This is a fulltime working studio and gallery where she holds workshops and hosts an ongoing exhibit showcasing her work and that of other area artists.

We hope you can join us on October 19th to meet Robin and gain insights into the creation of her award-winning and widely collected works.

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