Janice Mason Steeves is a painter with an interest in mythology and psychology. Often painting in monochromatic tones and using strong contrasting values, her work revolves around the theme of Vessels, whether they are actual images of vessels, or images that act as vessels and contain other ideas. Currently she is exploring the idea of writing her own myths to accompany each series of paintings. The myth then becomes a vessel by providing a container for the work.
Saturday, September 15th, 2012
Artist in attendance
The beauty of these works comes forth when you see them in person. Meet the artist and enjoy refreshments at Granville Fine Art’s first show of the fall season.
This exhibition runs from September 15th to 27th, 2012.
For more information visit:
Tuesday to Friday 10am-6pm
Sunday & Monday 12-5pm
Silence 8 (1235)
Oil on panel, 42″ x 42″
Janice Mason Steeves
Source: Granville Fine Art
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