The subject of Elizabeth Pollie’s upcoming show are the hours of the day. How is she presenting them?
The Michigan artist addresses the idea of a day through about 50 paintings in a solo show at the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, Michigan. Titled “The Hours: Unfolding the Idea of a Day,” Pollie’s paintings explore the various times of day through both the particular light of a particular hour, and by the rituals and events that occur at that time. “Elizabeth Pollie invites the visitor to circle the room, as the earth circles the sun, and experience the day unfolding through the eyes of the artist,” reads the notice from the gallery.
“Crossroads and Kings,” by Elizabeth Pollie, oil, 22 x 36 in.
Pollie’s show will be on view June 4 through September 4. Visit the gallery’s website for more information.