Writer Donna Kublin
“The spirit never ages,” said Chilean writer Isabel Allende. Giving testament to this truism is an exhibit of artwork by three accomplished, passionate, professional artists at the Holland Gallery of Fine Art this December.
On display are works by master printmaker Ann Otis, abstract-expressionist painter Kay Orton and Hank Keneally, who integrates digital art, photography and painting. With their 238 years of combined experience, they are shown together for the first time with more than 50 art pieces representing a body of work that reflects on the past and looks forward into the future. The exhibit is a completely modern expression of art and the artists, all in their 70s or 80s, are ardent, energetic and full of spirit.
Ann Otis is a storyteller. Using her prints as visual means of communication, she comments about life, culture and nature, keeping a light touch and a bit of humor throughout, as well as a measure of fantasy. Working with copper plate...