Themes of youth, beauty, strength, and the aging of the body are all explored during a solo exhibition of paintings by Sherri Wolfgang. Wolfgang showcases two complete series of figurative works, steeped in tradition and technical expertise.
The Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport, Connecticut, is overjoyed to be exhibiting works by accomplished artist Sherri Wolfgang this summer. Opened on June 15 and continuing through July 31, “SOLO” presents two uniquely different series of paintings that are sure to intrigue the viewer.
One, titled “NICK.E.LO.DE.ON,” explores dance and the figure in motion while “Twisted” probes women and plastic surgery. The show will also offer viewers a glimpse into Wolfgang’s upcoming series “American Pathos,” which explores the effects of the Great Recession and disintegration of the American Dream among millennials.
To learn more, visit the Housatonic Museum of Art.
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