ANNOUNCEMENT: The Depot Theatre will no longer be hosting its annual rummage sale - the event has been officially handed over to the Westport community as it holds its town-wide sale! Visit the Westport Town Wide Yard Sale on Facebook for more information.
Bingo for the Depot!
JOIN US IN JUNE FOR OUR NEXT "BINGO FOR THE DEPOT" - more details soon!
$5 for entry & first card. $1 each additional card.
Opening reception Wednesday, May 15 from 5:30 - 7:30
Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturdays & Sundays by appointment (please call Shami at 518-962-8680)
These paintings are inspired by two distinct variety of flowers: the wild ones that bend and sway in the breeze along the ditches and culverts of North Country roads, and the more sturdy annuals that faithfully adorn our gardens, homes, and celebrations. Both bring color, joy, and cheer to a summer’s day. These oil paintings memorialize these sensations by using the flower image to convey color, light, and harmony in space. The flowers dance across the landscape, they intermingle and lose their identities. As in nature, these flowers represent beauty and life.
Some of these pieces move away from flowers; they zoom out to explore a larger view of the Champlain Valley landscape. This work explores the horizon line, where rolling farmland meets steadfast mountain and sky. This work, done in oil and mixed media, uses color and texture to capture the vastness and peace of the landscape.
Julie Warren has been painting since a young age. After growing up in Kentucky and attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati, she bounced around the western US experimenting with different careers and landscapes before landing in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. These days she claims many hats, including teacher, gardener, assistant baker, organic vegetable wrangler, and, of course, artist. Her work can be seen throughout the summer at the Adirondack Artist Association.