"One of my favorite subjects is the North River, which borders Scituate on the north and Marshfield (where I live) on the south. A historically significant river, it is the site of numerous pre-Revolutionary shipbuilding locations. The title refers to some of the important transitions the river has seen; from supporting livelihoods to being a recreational haven; the re-location of its mouth to the ocean due to the Hurricane of 1879; and as depicted in these paintings, the passage of night to day."
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Vose Galleries is proud to have had solo shows of Liz Haywood-Sullivan's work in 2007 and 2011, and in the fall of 2019 opened a third solo exhibition featuring thirty works demonstrating her sensitivity to the seasonal rhythms of the natural world. Transitions I and Transitions II, a diptych, were included in this recent exhibit, Dancing Light: Changing Seasons.
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(verso of framed piece) © 2019 Liz Haywood-Sullivan, IAPS/MC, PSA-MP Transitions I (I of II)
(verso of framed piece) © 2019 Liz Haywood-Sullivan, IAPS/MC, PSA-MP Transitions II (II of II)
(sticker verso) MASTER CIRCLE IAPS
Liz Haywood-Sullivan, Dancing Light, Changing Seasons, Vose Galleries, Boston, September 28 – November 9, 2019