Maureen Renahan-Krinsley builds on the associations of memory and experience and has been inspired by travel and impressions of different cultures and landscapes. Her intentions are to convey emotional reactions to a particular place.
Our two galleries will highlight two themes. Light and Flow focuses on clarity, arousal and connectedness. Landscapes are utilized as both tangible subjects and their ability to act as metaphors for life and transformation.
On the Road is inspired by The Schoolhouse Theater and Arts Center’s April theatrical production of ‘The Mask of the Jaguar King’, which led Renahan-Krinsley to imagine herself within a Mayan jungle, observing the characters of the play from a distance, as a voyeur. They were initiated during travel which triggered immediate visceral responses. See the play, view the gallery, can you see the connection?
No Entrance Fee – Open Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays 11 am – 2:45 pm and by appointment. Show runs through May 31.