Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Andrew Kusman - Two - Narrows Gallery

I've said enough for the time being about the Narrows Gallery. The gallery is only a backdrop for what is really important, the artwork it displays and the human connection it facilitates between artist and the person trying to appreciate his work.

Andrew Kusmin paints watercolors, often of scenes that are near and dear to the hearts of New Englanders. In the humble opinion of this blogger, he does it as well as anyone. Here are some words from his website that ring true:

"Andrew Kusmin's pieces compel you to stop, look and reflect on the story of life contained in small moments: to connect with the lingering human presence."

You can float around inside this panoramic bubble of Andrew's work as it appeared at the Narrows Gallery and get a taste at least of what it is to experience his artwork. Appetite wetted, you may choose to proceed to his website to see stunning full screen reproductions of many of his works: (Use the portfolio button) Warning! You may find that nothing but the viewing of his artwork in person will suffice. If you do then you'll find directions to his gallery in Plymouth on his website. Happy Journey!

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