Ocean Blue Art Exhibit at Kent Library

An collection of alcohol ink paintings on yupo paper created by Jeanette Rodriguez is now on display at the Kent Public Library.  The exhibition, entitled "Ocean Blue",  runs  - 29th, 2020

Nature has always fascinated Ms. Rodriguez. It’s no surprise to her that she sees nature’s serenity and spirit reflected in her creations. Her alcohol Ink paintings on yupo paper replicate connections and relationships that compose our world. Layer upon layers of color, her compositions project a surreal quality and calmness in an abstract dream-like setting. She finds herself drawn to the tranquility of a forest or the colors of the sea, the formation of coral reef and its ocean creatures. She seeks to capture that kind of beauty, moment, or feeling in her artwork. 
According to Ms. Rodriguez, "My art is an expression of my humanity and my spiritual growth; it helps me to live consciously and courageously with compassion. And if along the way I awaken someone else’s spirit and inspire another to create; than my work is done!"
Jeanette Rodriguez received her Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her work has been exhibited in galleries throughout New York. She is an award-winning artist whose work hangs on the walls in private collections. Rodriguez is the founder of “Soul Painting” which she teaches in various locations throughout the Hudson Valley. In addition, Ms. Rodriguez has taught jewelry and Alcohol Ink workshops in Mayer, Arizona and on the Big Island of Hawaii. She is a member of ArtEast Dutchess and an artisan at the Pawling Farmers Market, where she sells her handmade Dichroic glass pendants and Alcohol Ink paintings. For six years, she has served as the Art Director for the Friends of the Kent Library and has curated more than 60 exhibitions in the Hudson Valley area. Presently, she resides in Lake Carmel where she continues to paint, exhibit and practices yoga and Reiki.
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