PAINTING OUTSIDE THE LINES: A Group Exhibition of Work by Paul Baylock, Christine Chaise Greenwood, Kimberly Heil & Lloyd Patrick Henry
FREE Gallery Opening on Thursday, January 20 from 5:30pm to 7pm. Open to all; masks required while in the gallery.
Exhibit on view Monday through Wednesday from 9am to 2pm through February 24, 2022.
Paul Baylock grew up in New Britain, Connecticut. He graduated from Hartford Art School with Bachelors degree and Masters in Art Education. Baylock taught art in New Britain public schools at the middle and high school level for 38 years, retiring in 2012. Baylock has exhibited his art in numerous galleries and exhibitions. In 2018, His Hardware City Series was exhibited in the NEWNOW gallery at New Britain Museum of American Art. He continues to paint and create with various media and genre. Baylock has been very involved with the Art League of New Britain for the past nine years, serving as president for the last six years
Christine Chaise Greenwood: I paint to find my truth, hoping to connect with yours. One of the many pleasures I draw from the creative process is the exploration of controlled technique and accidental effect. Most of my paintings contain a blend of the two. I like abstract expressionism because it has the ability to turn an impression into an image, and vice versa. It gives me the freedom to express more with less boundaries. When I paint, I project an emotion spontaneously on the paper with little interference from the intellect. Each image, each color is part of an elusive intuitive process, a metaphoric projection of my soul.Find more about Kimberly at www.kimberlyheil.com; Instagram:Artistkimberlyheil.
Easy Like Sunday Morning by Kimberly Heil; 20x20in.
Artist Kimberly Heil is a creative alchemist, sacred warrior, and a free spirit. Her rebel exploration isinspired by magic and enchanted by nature. She is a seeker of awe who embraces imperfection,and believes in superpowers. Kimberly dares to be bold in her uses of acrylics and mixed-media in an intuitive art process thatincludes whimsical, color-infused totem animals, energetic and bold abstracts. Her artwork can beseen in private collections through out the United States and abroad. Kimberly is excited to announce that all three of her Gifts of Spirit :Animals and their natural gifts are multiple award winning. Both children’s books can be found on Amazon.
ELLE (She) by Kimberly Heil; 48×72 acrylic painting, 2020
Lloyd Patrick Henry has always had art in his soul since he was a child. He recreates images of celebrities and everyday people with his unique and colorful style. His work ranges from illustrations, digital artwork, and acrylic paintings. Patrick is self-taught and has learned by watching the styles and techniques of a wide variety of artists. His style is inspired by Funk, Hip- Hop, and Jazz, with a splash of Rhythm and Blues. Facebook: @TheArtofLPH; Instagram: @theartoflph