September 1 - October 8, 2023

RECEPTION: Friday September 1, 2023 6 - 9 PM
Anne Beresford Now The Other 15.75 x 23.5, 18.5 x 26" paper
The Gallery is delighted to announce an exhibition of new works by ANNE BERESFORD, a suite of new prints installed in association. Beresford's work usually begins with an idea that materializes at the intersection of language and image, at a place where the meanings of both exist symbiotically. It is in this space – where the poetic meets the political & the literal becomes visual – that the idea of each work is born. Several recent series are created as monoprinted lithographs, using paper rather than stone as the printing plate. The fragility and imperfections inherent in the process of paper-plate lithography make it conceptual consonant with the themes of poignance, history and transience in her work. 

Anne Beresford holds a BA from Harvard University and an MA from New York University. She has taught printmaking and painting at The Art Institute of Boston, Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence and in the Visual and Environmental Studies Department at Harvard. She was awarded a MacDowell Fellowship in 2015. Her most recent solo exhibition (2015-16) was at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Ten Thousand Wonderful Things: A Conversation with the Collections, at the University Museum of Contemporary Art. Beresford’s work is included in a number of public & private collections, including Houghton Rare Book Library, Harvard University, University Museum of Contemporary Art, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Boston College, Hampshire College Special Collections, Boston Public Library & The New York Public Library.
Diana Horowitz Corn Hill, May Morning 6 x 9” Oil on Linen, 2023
NEW PAINTINGS by DIANA HOROWITZ: For this exhibition we present a suite of new paintings of The Outer Cape, Italy, and New York. Our exhibition coincides with Diana's upcoming award for artistic merit to be given by The Provincetown Art Association and Museum on September 30, 2023 and shared with the painter Brenda Horowitz, Diana’s mother. 

Born in New York City, 1958, Horowitz earned a BFA from SUNY Purchase and an MFA from Brooklyn College. She has had solo exhibitions at Bookstein Projects, NY, Hirschl & Adler Modern, NY; P.P.O.W., NY; MB Modern, NY; Hackett Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, and Sazama Gallery, Chicago. Group exhibits include the Museum of the City of New York; American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY; National Academy Museum, NY; Bayley Museum of Art, Charlottesville, VA; and the Neuberger Museum of Art. 

Diana's work is included in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum; Museum of the City of New York, New-York Historical Society; Sheldon Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute IN; Hunter Museum, Chattanooga TN; Ballinglen Foundation, Ballycastle Ireland; and the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson. She is a recipient of an Edwin Palmer Memorial Prize, National Academy of Design; Rosenthal Foundation Award, American Academy of Arts & Letters; and grants from the Ingram Merrill Foundation and the Pollock Krasner foundation; and residencies at Yaddo, MacDowell Colony, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, World Views program; and the Ballinglen Fellowship in Ballycastle, Ireland.
Lynne Kortenhaus Magellan 01 11.75 x 12" Etching with Collage
LYNNE KORTENHAUS is a printmaker who lives and works between Provincetown and Boston, MA. For this exhibition we will present a collection of new works on paper; monotypes and etchings with collage that explore legacy and how our past interjects with our present and future. Lynne’s sources and inspiration come from looking at archival blueprints of her grandparent’s land (that eventually became beachfront property in New Jersey in the early 1900s) to copper plate engravings from the early 70's, to more recent etching plates from her own studio that all reveal a memory of the artist's journey in her career and life. She then experimented with different printmaking techniques in non-traditional ways to arrive at the works in this exhibition. Inspired by the light and movement of the landscape, these pieces are conversations between the artist and her interpretation of light, color, shape, and movement.

Lynne is a passionate supporter of the fine arts community. She is a member of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, a Director’s Circle member of Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, and Board president of the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. She is a past chair of the Public Art Commission for the City of Boston, is a contributing artist to the annual FAWC Monoprint Project originally established by Michael Mazur, and is a member of the Boston Printmakers.
Jeannie Motherwell Torrent 20 x 26" Acrylic on Panel
We are thrilled to present new paintings by JEANNIE MOTHERWELL. Motherwell was born and raised in New York City and studied painting at Bard College and the Art Students League in New York. Continuing art after college, she became active in arts education at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, until relocating to Cambridge, MA, where she worked at Boston University for the graduate program in Arts Administration (2002 – 2015). She has served on the Cambridge Arts Council Public Art Commission 2004 - 2007, the Advisory Board for Joy Street Artists Open Studios in Somerville, MA (2017-2020), and was most recently on the Board of Directors of Provincetown Arts Magazine (2020 – 2023). Her work has been featured in public and private collections throughout the US and abroad.
Jeannie has been exhibiting in Provincetown since 1998 and at Schoolhouse Gallery since 2020, ironically located below the former Long Point Gallery where her father, the artist Robert Motherwell, exhibited. Provincetown’s influence is clearly visible in her work, where she once maintained a studio on Provincetown Bay for approximately 35 years. Currently she paints full-time at her studio in Somerville, MA, and has frequented Provincetown every year for over 60 years.
Jeannie begins a painting by first laying it on the floor. She then pours paint with abandon, often mixing various mediums for effect, then spreads the paint until something speaks to her. Once the paint is dry, she leans the painting against the wall and begins editing.

“My paintings are inspired by the mysteries of outer space and the effects of weather upon the sea. My employment of pouring, bleeding, and layering becomes a complex and expansive ‘inner space’ on the flat surface.” Jeannie Motherwell

Motherwell has spent years on the Provincetown Bay, watching the tides, the boats, the clear blue and calm of peaceful weather, as well as the black, tempestuous skies of storm. That is her core. More recently, she has transferred that awesome sense of divine wonder to the vast sea of unknowable space via the Hubble telescope. For Motherwell, the natural world is an endless resource where inner and outer space are expansive, raw, and unfiltered.
Ellen Rich Moving On (Purple) 39 x 13" Acrylic on Paper, 2022
ELLEN RICH often works with cut paper to form abstract color-driven paper sculptures. Her recent paintings show her skill, fearlessness, and muscularity at making art that feels fresh and alive. This new work is a conversation about the joy of color and the satisfaction of painting that begins and ends with emotion.

After graduating from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and receiving a Traveling Scholarship her work has been exhibited in a variety of venues including the Genovese Sullivan Gallery, the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts, the Trustman Gallery at Simmons College, the Maine Center for Contemporary Art, the New England School of Art and Design and most recently the Essex Art Center. Her buoyant, color-rich art occupies a space somewhere between two and three dimensions and is in the collections of Wellington Management, Meditech, Simmons College as well as many private collections.
MiYoung Sohn 230420 (Spring Training) 12 x 9"
MIYOUNG SOHN was first introduced to Provincetown as a Visual Arts Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in 2001-2003. She recently relocated from New York to serve as the Visual Arts Fellowship Coordinator at FAWC (2021-2022) and currently lives and works in Provincetown.

MiYoung (b. Busan, South Korea) came to the United States alone as a child and spent her adolescence in Northern Virginia. She received her BFA from Parsons School of Design and received her MFA in Sculpture from Yale University School of Art. Her most recent solo exhibition was at the Provincetown Arts Society at The Mary Heaton Vorse House. Sohn’s work was exhibited at venues such as PAAM, Provincetown, MA; Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provincetown, MA; Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY; MoMA PS1, Queens, NY; Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY and Hudson River Museum, Hudson, NY. She was a recipient of Mass Cultural Council Grant, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Fellowship, Fine Arts Work Center Visual Arts Fellowship for two consecutive years and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace. Her work was discussed in publications such as The New York Times, Harper's Bazaar, Boston Globe, New York Magazine, Time Out New York, and Cape Cod Life.
For this exhibition we are thrilled to present and project consisting of new small collages on paper.  
BREON DUNIGAN exhibits her sculpture and prints widely throughout New England and New York. Her work can be found in several public and private collections. Her studio is in Truro, on Cape Cod and she has deep connections to the Art Colony in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Breon works with wood, plaster, metal, fabric, and bronze as well as mixed media on paper. Using familiar, evocative shapes and forms she introduces alterations in scale, material, function, or a reorganization of the subject itself that both raise questions and invite the viewer into her work. These contemporary interjections are smart, sometimes sly, always persistent, and drive her work to new possibilities. For this exhibition we will present a group of new standing sculptures made from plaster, wood, concrete, and bronze powder.
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