Conversations in Color, Paintings by Marina Thompson, at the Bedford Free Public Library


Submitted by the Art Steering Committee

Loopholes by Marina Thompson, all rights reserved

The current exhibit at the Bedford Free Public Library features Marina Thompson’s paintings that record an abstracted, introspective expression of communication and human interaction.

Communication requires kinetic creativity: layers of light, color, texture, balance, nuance, and surprise. Pattern and repetition, rhythm, and interruption shape our lives. Geometry bridges the inner, and outer worlds adding structure and sense – both ancient and contemporary. The pulse of color and the play of light and texture are constant sources of stimulation. Color creates light, light creates form.

Marina’s paintings explore depth, energy, and movement with illusions of volume, space, light, and time. The work is colorful, rhythmic, layered. It speaks of sounds, both local and cosmic, while her visual elements are both macroscopic and microscopic.

The show will be on display through September 18. Hours are Monday-Thursday 9-9, Friday 9-6, Saturday 9-5, and Sundays 1-5 beginning on September 8 (the Library is closed Sundays from Mother’s Day through Labor Day)

Special thanks…The exhibits and the receptions are sponsored by the Arts Steering Committee, the Friends of the Library and the Bedford Free Public Library.

For additional information, visit Marina Thompson’s website

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