Gallery 13 North in Lambertville, New Jersey, is proudly presenting a beautiful selection of landscapes by Marcel Juillerat (b. 1942). Featuring character-ridden barns and winding rivers from the Mercer County region, this display of traditional mastery will have you wishing for more.
On view now through October 21 at Gallery 13 North are more than 20 medium- to large-scale works by award-winning Swiss-born artist Marcel Juillerat. Pictures from throughout the artist’s 40-year career are featured, and viewers will delight in a flow of traditional usage of light and shadow, transcending to complicated abstract pieces, all in one space.
“The exhibition includes both a 36 x 36-inch realistic painting of waves crashing on surfaces of rocks, as well as the emotional composition of his portrait pieces,” the gallery writes. “Juillerat’s work has received considerable attention both locally and nationally. He is known for his elaborate realistic quality use of oils and his polished work of implementing an impasto technique style on every piece of artwork. During his 40 years as a painter, Juillerat has already participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Recently, he exhibited at the Salmagundi Club in New York City and won the 2017 Catherine Lorillard Wolf Award for ‘Old Farm House.’”
Marcel will be on hand for a talk during the closing reception on Saturday, October 21. To learn more, visit Gallery 13 North.
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