Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Final New Works for “Off the Page”

Yesterday was “installation” day at the gallery for my solo exhibition “Off the Page: Reinventing Alphabets” that opens – today!

I’ll be posting some images of the beautiful gallery space and installation soon, but first, the pieces that I raced to complete this past week and include in the exhibit. I was working on these up to minutes before we loaded the vehicles and drove to the gallery.


Writing in Air III, 24” x 48”, collaged papers on synthetic polyester fabric, cut, manipulated and tacked to a gold-leafed, painted, stretched canvas frame.  The usual disclaimer that the photograph does not capture the true colors. I’ll post a better image later once it’s been photographed professionally.


Book of the Ancients”, 48’ 48”, gold leaf on synthetic fabric, painted, cut and mounted to fiberglass window screen.

Here’s your invitation to the exhibit:


Please come visit if you are in the area!  The opening reception will be Friday, June 3, 5 –9 PM at the Arts and Cultural Center for Greater Rochester Gallery, 277 North Goodman St., Rochester, NY.


  1. congratulations on your solo show. these two pieces are just gorgeous, filled with light and a sense of movement. the colors are wonderful. i hope the opening goes well. bravo. you are one talented woman.

  2. Congratulations, Jeanne . . amazing work!!!

  3. Thank you both for your support, I so appreciate it. The exhibition looks wonderful in the gallery space; I am savoring the accomplishment.

  4. Breathtaking, even on the computer. Beautiful, stunning, meaningful work. Do savour the accomplishment. BRAVO!!!! BRAVO!!!!!

  5. Wow, looks pretty gorgeous and the poster pretty impressive. Hope the opening was great and the reception fun. You must feel good to have it all up and hanging!

  6. I AM savoring. AND sleeping again, thank goodness. The experience has been everything I visualized and affirmed it would be. This opportunity has challenged but also propelled me forward as an artist to new insights, confidence and maturity in my work.