Vibrant contemporary work by Judi Rotenberg at Cape Ann Museum
May 24 - May 29
An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Tuesday, repeating until July 3, 2022
4/30/22-7/3/22; Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1pm-4pm
In time for spring, the Cape Ann Museum will proudly host an exhibit of the vibrant, large scale works of Judi Rotenberg. Life-long Rockport summer resident and highly-respected gallery owner, Rotenberg has spent 40 years creating vivid, colorful floral still life paintings that capture the fragility and strength of life. Her works will be on view from April 30 to July 3 at the Museum’s main campus at 27 Pleasant St., in Gloucester.
Working primarily in acrylic, Rotenberg’s recent paintings are unabashedly beautiful, alive with color and motion. Each composition is vibrant and fresh and represents a new challenge for her. Her canvases are rich in detail, from the foreground and the table on which a vase and bouquet sit, through the center of the canvas with its explosion of blossoms, to the top of the composition where she often includes the view across her studio or out over Rockport Harbor.