The O-town Scene

July 28, 2011

The O-town Scene - Oneonta, NY

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Artist currently showing an installation piece in Franklin ‘Chrysanthemum’ ‘Lily Pad’ Another view of ‘Lily Pad’ SEE HER WORK The opening reception for Coyle’s installation ‘Lily Pad Forest’ will be July 30 from 5 to 8 p.m. at 688 Main St. in Franklin. Visitors should follow the lights to the barn, where the piece is. ‘Chicken Coop’ ‘Ribs’ “I have always had a special bond with nature. For 20 years, it has re- mained a constant source of creative inspiration. Through drawings and paintings, I desire to represent the connectedness natural objects have with one another, that in turn symbolize what is our own relationship with nature. As part of my artistic growth, I am beginning to explore and experiment with creating environments and installations to experi- ence and further this notion of being connected to nature. I love creat- ing pieces that make me feel as if I have made another world, with the viewer an engaged participant.” _ Artist’s statement of Patricia Coyle July 28, 2011 O-Town Scene 9

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