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Jenifer Cline, “Spring Run,” Plein air

The Art Center of Estes Park presents “Tetralogy: A Focus on Four” by Colorado Artist Jenifer Cline

From the Art Center:

At her upcoming solo exhibition, “Tetralogy: A Focus on Four,” Colorado artist Jenifer Cline offers art show enthusiasts a new experience. Inspired by the concept of a tetralogy — a grouping of four related creative works — Cline has assembled imaginative groupings of her most recent paintings. In so doing, Cline offers viewers the opportunity to engage with her paintings on a personal level as she invites them to create their own connections among what may, at first glance, seem to be disparate subjects.

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Jenifer Cline, “Up Close,” Plein air

Says Cline, “Each painting is a story that invites conversation. As an artist, I encourage people to get as close as they can to the individual paintings and, in this exhibition, to the paintings as a grouping as well. This approach offers viewers a fresh, imaginative way to create their own stories, their own meaning.’’

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Jenifer Cline, “Rocky Mountain Winter,” Plein air

Cline is well known for her paintings of Rocky Mountain National Park and the Colorado landscape. Her work as an artist connects her deeply to the natural world and brings her both physical and spiritual joy. The scent and movement of the air, the light dancing over a scene, the subtle shifting of colors — these are all elements that find their way into her work.

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Jenifer Cline, “Blooming Summer, Rocky Mountain National Park,” Plein air

Cline is a Signature Member of Woman Artists of the West and a member of the Art Center of Estes Park and of the Plein Air Artists of Colorado. Her work resides in public and private collections nationally, and she exhibits in numerous regional and national shows. More about Cline’s work can be found at www.jenifercline.com.

“Tetralogy: A Focus on Four” will run through June 2, 2019, at the Art Center of Estes Park (Colorado). For more information please visit www.artcenterofestes.com.


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