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Contemporary colorist Caroline Kwas featured at Mountain Trails Gallery Sedona

Mountain Trails Gallery is delighted to present Two Worlds: Contemporary and Traditional which opens with a reception on 1st Friday, April 5th, from 4-7pm at their location in the Village of Tlaquepaque in Sedona.  The focus of the exhibition is on artists who see space, shape, color, and form in a variety of ways.  No matter if the visual preference is a traditional one or more contemporary, the exhibition offers a dynamic display of artists who present their unique ways of seeing things.

The gallery is delighted to welcome Nevada/Arizona contemporary artist Caroline Kwas to their 1st Friday celebration.  Originally from Long Island, New York, Caroline speaks about her transformation, “I remember standing spellbound many nights when I first arrived in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.  Where had I ever seen this much space?  The vast expanses of the Southwest required a shift in my perspective once confronted by these awe-inspiring vistas.  A purely realistic approach was not going to express the breathtaking spaces I felt here.  It was then and there that I began my artistic transformation from photorealism into vibrantly colored, joyful contemporary realism inspired by the breathtaking vistas and sunsets of the American southwest.”  

Mountain Trails Gallery Sedona is honored that KudosAZ published a preview of the exhibition in their arts, culture, and entertainment magazine as well as in their online publication. Click here to read more.

Roll Out the Red Carpet by Caroline Kwas available at Mountain Trails Gallery Sedona


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