A new exhibit, Dot Paintings and Paper Sculptures, by artist and seasonal Blue Hill resident Wendy Lewis, will be on display in the Blue Hill Public Library’s Howard Room glass cases for three months starting on September 3rd.
According to Wendy Lewis, “The works in this exhibition are interconnected. Over the last seven years, I have worked on a series of abstract dot paintings that were intended to evoke outer and inner space, as well as planets and organic forms. As they evolved, I started to imagine three-dimensional uses, ways of cutting and shaping them into paper sculptures. With no plan or preconception, the sculptures began as a playful recycling. Some are miniature stage sets; others feature houses. Many have animals and people inhabiting the structures: hiding, climbing or posed in a range of postures.”
The exhibit will be available for viewing during library hours subject to the Howard meeting room schedule. For more information call the library at 374-5515.