The Art of Abstraction with Jane Zisk
Glastonbury Arts cordially invites you to join Jane Zisk for “The Art of Abstraction” The presentation will be held on Wednesday, March 18 from 6:30–8:30 pm in the Micah Chapel, First Church of Christ, 2183 Main Street, in Glastonbury, CT. Learn how to distill the essence of what you see and feel, opening the door to personal discovery. See beyond reality and open your eyes to the world of pure color, form, and line.
Jane Zisk has been a painter for over 30 years, whether it is plein air works created on location or abstractions created in the studio. “All art whether it is representational or abstract is a spiritual and healing path,” says Jane. “My Art is a reflection of nature and its basic elements. Archetypal images appear and reappear throughout. The energy that moves throughout the meridians of self transforms into color and form on the flat surface of the paper. The art speaks through me. I am merely a voice.”
In 1995, she established the Connecticut Plein AIr Painters Society which currently enjoys national status as one of the “finest plein air groups” in the country according to American Artist and Plein Air magazines. Her work is found in the permanent collections of hospitals, foundations, corporations, and colleges throughout Connecticut. Jane paints landscapes in the plein air tradition as well as nature-inspired abstract work.
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