Dania Madera-Lerman on Exhibit at Campbellford Library

The Campbellford Library has already been praised for it floral bounty on the outside. Now it has an exhibit by Spirit of the Hills artist Dania Madera-Lerman that adds distinctive floral and artistic beauty on the inside. Madera-Lerman’s art works adorn the walls and add a colorful flair on the inside:
[iframe src=”http://pixofcanada.com/splash/dania.html” width=”100%” height=”600″] The works are primarily rich mixed media with a Kokoshcka-like ¬†wide ranging expressionistic styling and fascination with dream and magic laden subjects. The exhibition has a wide sampling of Dania’s work from an early Conte drawing [ Figure in Six Lines] to some robust mixed media [Summer Flowers on Savona I and II].

However, to this viewer the favorite in the show is a sumptuous watercolor and oil:

Flowers on Vermont

But come to the library and see the show yourself – and decide which work strikes your fancy while getting a book , video or some free computer time.

2 thoughts on “Dania Madera-Lerman on Exhibit at Campbellford Library”

  1. Just wanted to send a big thank you to the person who was responsible for posting pics of my paintings and a review.

    Appreciate it very much!!!

    Best wishes to you,

  2. Dania –

    Yours is one of the best shows I have seen this year at Campbelford Library. Also it gave me an opportunity to try the 3D Gallery slider – which work well with your art works. By the way I am interested in buying one of your works on display. Tell me how and when.

    Jacques Surveyer

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