Framing Visual Memory: A Presentation by Robert Flanary

The Gallery is currently highlighting the artist we’ve represented the longest, Robert Flanary, and on Saturday, January 28th from 3:00 to 5:00 Bob will be here to give a short talk titled “A Shop Talk on Visual Memory.” Several new paintings will be on display alongside our wonderful existing inventory (including in-house favorite “Autumn Composition,” below).

Robert Flanary, “Autumn Composition, Five Young Trees”, 8″ x 10″.

As for the talk, Bob writes, “I plan to cover generally, briefly and in plain language, Definition, Development and Use [of visual memory] for Artists. I have been preparing examples of my own work in uniform, chronological albums of sketches from 1969 to 2017. People will be encouraged to handle and look through them. They do a good job illustrating the talk. The talk will quote artists of the past and their writings about visual memory as well as my own thoughts and experience.”

The presentation will be followed by questions and informal discussion. Refreshments will be served.

Visit Robert Flanary’s page…

Robert was featured along with Paul Roehl in a show two years ago “A Continuous Harmony.”

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