New Work by Tom Bettin & Rebecca Livermore @ Phillips Gallery

Phillips Gallery is pleased to present:
 
The richly textural and mysterious work of Tom Bettin. Using monotype as his base, Bettin’s images are subjected to several runs through the press creating a depth of field that surpasses the average monotype. Next he can’t resist adding some mixed media including chine collé (thin paper adhered with paste), pastel and sometimes paint. Each element delicately compliments the next. The end result is truly thought provoking. A well planned journey though the mind of an artist. Bettin also included in this exhibit, a number of oil paintings. They are a bold evolution of his abstract landscapes,. Mr. Bettin currently teaches Visual Art at Judge Memorial Catholic High School.

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO AN EVENING OF CONTEMPORARY ART:

 
Tom Bettin & Rebecca Livermore
Tom Bettin, "Storm Rift", oil on board, 36 X 36 inches
Rebecca Livermore, "Pariah Evening", watercolor,  11 X 11 inches
September 16th - October 14th
 
Please join us this Friday, September 16th from 6 – 9pm for the opening of new paintings by Tom Bettin & Rebecca Livermore.
 
 
Phillips Gallery is pleased to present:
 
The richly textural and mysterious work of Tom Bettin. Using monotype as his base, Bettin’s images are subjected to several runs through the press creating a depth of field that surpasses the average monotype. Next he can’t resist adding some mixed media including chine collé (thin paper adhered with paste), pastel and sometimes paint. Each element delicately compliments the next. The end result is truly thought provoking. A well planned journey though the mind of an artist. Bettin also included in this exhibit, a number of oil paintings. They are a bold evolution of his abstract landscapes,. Mr. Bettin currently teaches Visual Art at Judge Memorial Catholic High School.
 
Rebecca Livermore hails from a long line of family artists and a graphic art career that spanned over twenty years. Her vibrant and colorful compositions are crisply interpreted scenes familiar to most devotees of Utah’s landscapes; our beloved Rocky Mountains and our awe inspiring southern parks “Using vivid watercolor pigments and the fluidity of my medium, I seek to reflect the grandeur of the landscape and to please the eye.”


 
For a preview of the exhibit please visit www.phillips-gallery.com
Please join us. Admission, as always, is free.
Sincerely,
Phillips Gallery Staff
444 E. 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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