The Rhythm of Color

Chabot Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present “The Rhythm of Color”. The featured artists Blanche Serban & Stephen Mancini celebrate the vibrant energy and captivating charm that working with different hues and textures can develop and reveal. Full of movement, exuberance and inspiration these works bring to the viewer a new appreciation of the wonders that surround us. While each artist uses a method, which best suit, their personalities and preferences, they are united in their shared need to communicate with the wider world through their extraordinary creations in The Rhythm of Color. For more information contact: 401-432-7783.

May 14th – June 8th
Opening Reception – Gallery Night May 16th 5-9pm
Federal Hill Stroll
Tuesday June 4th

Chabot Fine Art Gallery will be offering special discounts on select items
and is proud to be a participant

Stephen Mancini’s works are often called contemporary realism. This may refer to how his works combine accurately painted details with looser, more abstract elements. And, this style has distinguished his work across some 50 plus years of painting.    “My subjects, and my techniques, are always in evolution.” But his recurring themes show nature and the human condition (usually, female) reacting in a modern world.  Mancini maintains studios in New England and Naples Florida. He is a member of the Providence Art Club, the Newport Museum and the VonLiebig Center for the Arts.

Blanche Serban is a Romanian-born American painter who combines elements of abstract expressionism with impressionism. Born in  Bucharest, Romania, she studied painting at the School of Arts in Bucharest with Nicolae Iorga. After getting a B.A. and a License in psychotherapy from the University of Bucharest in 1996, she completed a M.A. in psychology at Syracuse University.  Serban lives and paints in Storrs, Connecticut, and often summers in the south of France. Her works are in collections in the United States, Romania, France, Germany, U.K., and South Korea, and she has shown often in one-person and group exhibitions in the United States and abroad.

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