This January, The Old Print Gallery delves into the moods and images of winter with a new show, entitled Winter’s Tenor. Celebrating the hushed and pensive moments of winter, this beautiful collection of contemporary and early 20th century prints explores the transformation of mind, mood, and landscape during this season. Some peaceful and calm, others more evocative of the mysterious and eerie nature of our darkest months, these prints are a feast for the eyes and soul.
They capture the loneliness, the solitude, the simplicity but also the hint of excitement- in the first snow fall, in the ambitions and resolutions for a new year and a new start.
The show will run from January 21 through February 12, at The Old Print Gallery, during normal gallery hours (10am-5:30pm). The show features work by Kerr Eby, Emily Trueblood, Edward Glannon, Rockwell Kent, Louis Lozowick, Richard Sloat, Robert Kipniss, Martin Lewis, Peter Gourfain, Albert W. Barker, Richard Florsheim, Otto Kuhler, Gerald Scheck, Richard Pantell, and Michael Pellettieri.