Saturday night was “alive” with a constant stream of people at the Philip Morton Gallery. I had a great time meeting lots of interesting people. One of those people was Alan Henney, a multi-talented writer, photographer, videographer, and radio show producer, who interviewed me at the reception. Below is the photo that he took of me with some of my artwork as well as his write-up, included in the online Beach News Report.
Marian Osher at Philip Morton Gallery reception (photo by Alan Henney)
“Next to Anita’s new studio, is the Philip Morton Gallery. Eric Davison, director of the gallery, has another exciting season planned and more exquisite glass work coming soon. In addition to paintings, the classy gallery is known for its fine glass, sculpture and mixed media.
One of the recent artists he is featuring is Marian Osher. She has a series of 10 beach life scenes on exhibition. They are mixed media acrylic painting and photo collages on canvas. Marian says she likes to take generic photos of people on the beach. They each have their own story of who, why and what they are. She takes the photos, applies paint and actual beach sand giving the work a unique texture and beach feel and she likes to extend the work to the frame’s edges. She too has exhibitions in New York and Washington, D.C. Check her Website or look at her work — and much more — in person at the Philip Morton Gallery, 47 Baltimore Avenue.”
written by Alan Henney http://henney.com/weekend03/
If you are visiting Rehoboth, Delaware and missed the reception, I hope you’ll stop by the Philip Morton Gallery.
Thursdays, Sundays, Mondays 11 to 5
Fridays and Saturdays 11 to 2:30, and 5:30 to 9 or 10pm
After July 4: Also open Tuesdays 11 to 5
(always closed Wednesdays)
47 Baltimore Avenue in the heart of downtown Rehoboth
302-727-0905 You can also visit the gallery online.
the gallery’s website: http://www.philipmortongallery.com
To see a selection of my artwork at the Philip Morton Gallery, click on my name on the list of New Works at the top of the home page