Friday, July 12, 2013


Corinne Ranson’s series of mesmerizing paintings are being exhibited at Gallery A. The works in her show, “Cerf Volant”, capture the relationship between the known and the unknown. Corrine expertly conveys the comfort of familiarity and the anxiety of mystery by placing collages made out of photographs on backgrounds of random color.  The individual elements - form, color, space, and texture – of the pieces have recognizable qualities. When they are merged together they produce compositions of irrational images that require serious contemplation. By bringing the spirit of both the real world and the metaphysical world into consciousness, Ranson’s intellectual paintings encourage the viewer to develop a deeper understanding of the universe’s transcendental existence.

Corinne Ranson: "Cerf Volant" will be on exhibition through August. Gallery A is open Tuesday - Saturday from 11a.m. - 5p.m.