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Regina Tumasella reception at Theatre Project December 9

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Regina Tumasella

December 4 – January 9, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 9th from 5:30-7:30pm

John Fonda Gallery is please to present Regina Tumasella’s first solo exhibition at the gallery.

In the tradition of Morris Louis and other American abstract expressionist painters Tumasella uses broad fields of color to represent emotional and psychological ideas. But her work has a contemporary playfulness that suggests landscapes and atmosphere.

“I map my perceptions of specific places through the mingling of color in layers of paint, said Tumasells. “The aspiration of my work is to continuously arrive at a more clear vision and understanding of the world around me.”

About John Fonda Gallery

Since 1971, Theatre Project has been providing a distinct cultural experience for the citizens of Baltimore by presenting new, innovative, and diverse works in the arts. John Fonda Gallery located at Theatre Project is committed to exhibiting the work of emerging artists and new work by recognized artists.

The John Fonda Gallery at Theatre Project was dedicated on January 14, 1993 to the memory of John Fonda, who served as curator of the gallery and nurtured Baltimore arts and artists.

John Fonda Gallery
45 West Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Located at Theatre Project
410-539-3091
www.theatreproject.com

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