Updated: Apr 27
Join us Thursday, April 6 for the opening reception of Jeanne Betancourt's Epiphanies.
Jeanne has exhibited in group shows at the National Academy of Design and The Art Students League in New York City; the Twentieth Century Gallery in Hudson, New York; at various galleries in Great Barrington and Sheffield, Massachusetts; the Pelar Gallery and The South Street Gallery in Greenport, New York; the Oysterponds Historical Society in Orient, New York; and, at the Atlantic Gallery, and Manhattan Graphics Center in New York City. Her work has been awarded prizes by the Sheffield Art League and The Art Students League. This is her fourth solo show.
Jeanne is a member of Manhattan Graphics where she does intaglio and Japanese woodblock printmaking.
"The works in this show represent artistic ruminations on city life, our threatened natural world, and the cosmos. I layered Japanese woodblock prints with intaglio, ink drawings, and watercolors. In the process, I had sudden realizations – epiphanies – about my connection, in body and soul, to our pulsing world."
Exhibition: April 6–May 6 Opening Reception: Thursday, April 6, 6–8 PM
Manhattan Graphics Center