In the Galleries: Dynamic Abstract Sculptural Works in Wood Show Disparate Styles – washingtonpost.com
WASHINGTON (Jan. 21, 2022) “Renderings of bustling markets, lush forests and incongruous fauna dominate “The Color of Haiti,” Watergate Gallery’s more-or-less annual survey of paintings from the impoverished Caribbean nation. The styles, from realist to childlike, are familiar from previous such shows, as are the characteristic imagery and a few of the individual pictures. One thing that’s new is that 10 percent of the proceeds will benefit Food for the Poor, a nonprofit group that works in Haiti.”
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