Art Scene: McIndoe Retrospective Exhibition


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Art Scene: McIndoe Retrospective Exhibition

Ken and Connie McIndoe at home

Connie and Ken McIndoe are longstanding members of the regional arts community, inspirational educators and the consummate artistic team in all of their endeavors.

Connie’s work is elemental; she juggles earth, air, fire, and water to give us a micro view of creation gloriously magnified.  Her imagination is kneaded into her works so they are able to defy gravity, grow on walls, establish the nucleus of an arrangement, and make us look slowly.
Ken works the other way; he starts at the macro level.  His paintings work towards holding intrinsic ideas onto the canvas. Ken works to solve the problem he has set for himself while allowing the viewer to take away their own meaning.  While he no longer teaches students he is not finished exploring for himself.  His abstractions are growing more complex, he’s looking for other media to try, and he’s revisiting earlier drawings and watercolors for inspiration.

New Hope Arts celebrates their creative relationship and will share a comprehensive collection of art works in a retrospective exhibition on view daily September 15-24, 2017 at New Hope Arts, 2 Stockton Ave, 2nd floor, New Hope, PA 18938.
The opening reception will be Saturday, September 16 at 5:00PM – 8:00PM.

Summer Clouds; Oil

7th Ave at 40th St; Oil

Sirenic Sorceress Teapot; Pit fired terracotta

Leaf Vessel; Stoneware

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