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Depths and Edges: Berenice D’Vorzon

September 6 through October 11, 2013

 

DVorzon Florida Swamp Diptych

Berenice D’Vorzon.  Florida Swamp Diptych II. Acrylic on canvas.  1987.

For the past fifty years, Berenice D’Vorzon has rooted her career in the art centers of Manhattan and the Hamptons, engaging in dialogues begun by Hudson River School landscapists, Second Wave feminists, and Abstract Expressionist painters in terms of her location, content and technique. Expanding these dialogues with references to environmental awareness and international travel, she seeks to depict experiential elements of birth and renewal in nature. 

Special Events:  September 6, 2013

Gallery Lecture

“Where Elements Meet:  The Life and Work of Berenice D’Vorzon”
Darlene Miller-Lanning, Ph.D
Director, Hope Horn Gallery, The University of Scranton
Brennan Hall,  Room 228, at The University of Scranton
5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Public Reception

The Hope Horn Gallery
Hyland Hall, 4th Floor, at The University of Scranton
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.