Exhibit: Reflections on Color/Color upon Reflection

Exhibit: Reflections on Color/Color upon Reflection

We are delighted to have Terry Wise’s works grace all of the walls in the Good Purpose Gallery, and are excited to be concurrently showing the impressive glass sculpture of Nathan Hoogs and Elizabeth Crawford as it shines through our front window and lights up our space!

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Terry Wise: “My paintings hover somewhere between reality and fantasy. Still life remains my favorite, though not only, genre. My love of textiles, and training as a textile designer, is often apparent, especially in my use of block printed repeat patterns throughout my paintings as a means of creating texture and warmth and depth of color.

There is so much in our contemporary world to make us feel terrible, and yet there is so much beauty, as well. I want my paintings to make me and all viewers feel some joy.[/quote]



Learn more at www.terrywisestudio.com, for Terry Wise
and at www.hoogsandcrawford.com for Nathan Hoogs and Elizabeth Crawford.

Opening night on Friday, November 18 brought a full house and about 150 people from the ‘Berkshires’ and beyond out to meet and greet the artists of a brand new show entitled – “Reflections on Color/Color upon Reflection – at the Good Purpose Gallery in Lee, MA.

While the night may have been cold, dark, and dreary the artwork in the gallery featuring the paintings of Terry Wise, and the hand blown glass sculpture of Nathan Hoogs and Elizabeth Crawford, warmed all of us with color, light, and sheer beauty.

It was such a happy occasion and very gratifying and wonderful to see the work of these fine artists supported, appreciated and most of all – purchased by the patrons, friends and supporters of the artists and our foundation.

And, as always, everything is for ‘good purpose’ as proceeds from all sales help young adults with Asperger’s Syndrome and learning differences obtain skills for life, work or college, and…independent living!

by Francine Britton,  Coordinator 2011 

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