“Reminiscence” A Solo Exhibit of Paintings
Montgomery Row Second Level
6423 Montgomery Street (Route 9) in Rhinebeck
A Solo Exhibit of Paintings By IE “Sunny” Wirth
January 17 – February 27, 2015
January 17 – February 27, 2015 – Montgomery Row Second Level, 6423 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY. “Reminiscence” is a solo exhibition of oil paintings and pastels by Rhinebeck resident IE “Sunny” Wirth. Monday – Sunday 9am – 6pm. For more information, contact Sue at 845.876.0543 or visit www.montgomeryrow.com.
January 17, 5:00-7:00pm – Artist’s Reception. “Reminiscence” a solo exhibition of oil paintings and pastels by Rhinebeck resident IE Wirth. Montgomery Row Second Level, 6423 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY. For more information call 845.876.0543.
This exhibit “Reminiscence” located at Montgomery Row Second Level is open to the public Monday-Sunday 9am to 6pm. The paintings are for sale through IE “Sunny” Wirth (Sunny Wirth [email@example.com] or 845.876.8653).
WHO: IE Wirth has completed over 25 years individual and workshop study with accepted luminaries in the art world including internationally recognized portrait artists Everett Raymond Kinstler, Daniel Green and Robert Liberace, constructionist Harriet FeBland and impressionist Albert Werner. She received a BA in Studio Arts from Marymount College. Her work has been included in exhibitions at: Butler Hall (Marymount College), Westchester County Center, Mamaroneck Arts Guild, Rye High School, Burke Rehabilitation Center, White Plains, Ossining Public Library, RHCAN, Westfair Gallery, NYC, and the National Association of Women Artists Gallery, NYC. She is a member of: The Portrait Society of America, Allied Artists of America, Mamaroneck Artists Guild, and most recently inducted into The National Association of Women Artists. Wirth lives in Rhinebeck with her husband.
WHAT: “Reminiscence” is a solo exhibition of oil paintings and pastels documenting a lifetime of family, friends and landscapes. Each work shows Wirth’s innate ability to capture the emotions accompanying events such as viewing a sunset or an intimate conversation between friends. Her portraits reflect each person’s personality through their visage or posture. Her use of color brings the viewer directly into contact with the subject accentuating both that individual’s individuality and the universality of relationships.
The Montgomery Row Second Level “Reminiscence” exhibit from January 17 – February 27, 2015 will feature IE Wirth’s paintings and pastels. Works are for sale through the artist (IE Wirth [firstname.lastname@example.org] or 845.876.8653).
WHERE: Montgomery Row Second Level is located at Montgomery Row, 6423 Montgomery Street (Route9), Rhinebeck, NY.