Two artists, working off one photograph, show how their aesthetics diverge

Milford. The works of Laura Dudes and Kate Horan are included in the "Art in Your Space" exhibit at the ARTery Gallery through Oct. 7.

24 Sep 2019 | 12:54

Two exciting artists with a very different aesthetic each created, in her own style, a work based on the same photograph of a dilapidated old barn in a gone-to-seed landscape.

The paintings hang on either side of the enlarged photograph now on display in the central window of the ARTery Gallery, at 210 Broad St. in Milford.

Laura Dudes creates multi-layered and multi-dimensional images of high-intensity color that aim to impart an experience of joy. Kate Horan's semiabstract and mostly figurative artwork uses color, line, and form to create visual meaning that makes the viewer both think and feel.

The exhibition, titled "Art in Your Space," emphasizes the importance of art in your own environment. It may be seen at the gallery through Monday, Oct. 7. The gallery is open Thursday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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