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Diane Avio-Augee: Synergy

RICHARD SPEER
Thursday June 20
Mark Woolley Gallery @ Pioneer
700 SW 5th Ave., 3rd floor, Pioneer Place Mall
 
For creamy surfaces and sheer gestural drama, you can’t beat Abstract Expressionism, the defining art movement of the 1940s and 1950s. AbEx casts a long shadow, having influenced generations of painters in its wake. Among those emerging from the movement’s legacy is Portland artist Diane Avio-Augee, who has shown with Mark Woolley Gallery for many years. In the current show, as in the past, she displays a gift for bold brushstrokes and intuitive color combinations that add up to an impressive whole. June 15-July 14.

 



Where: Mark Woolley Gallery @ Pioneer
Phone: 503-998-4152
Address: 700 SW 5th Ave., 3rd floor, Pioneer Place Mall
Website: www.markwoolley.com

 
 

Mark Woolley Gallery @ Pioneer

700 SW 5th Ave., 3rd floor, Pioneer Place Mall
Portland, OR
97204
 
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