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Interbeing
Figurative drawings and paintings by Jan Lutz
January 5 - 25, 2014

Lush, contemplative figurative drawings and watercolor paintings by this Cambridge Springs artist.


Video of the artist's talk at the opening reception



Jan Lutz is a Pennsylvania Watercolor Society signature member whose works have hung before in the Crary as part of PWS's 34th and 31st annual international juried exhibitions in 2013 and 2010, and also in the very first PWS show that was hosted by the Crary, in 2000. She has shown in many national exhibitions and has won several awards including the Meadville Council on the Arts Award in 2012. Ms. Lutz holds a BS in Art Education from Edinboro University and is the owner of Kelly Run Gallery in Cambridge Springs, where she offers classes.
More information: www.kellyrungalleryandframing.com

Times Observer article

Gentian Blue, watercolor, 30 x 23
If Fishes Were Horses... , watercolor, 39 x 29 The Wicker Chair, watercolor, 26 1/2 x 20 1/2
Sound, watercolor, 18 x 22
Consideration, watercolor, 26 x 34
" In my figurative works, I attempt to capture a point in time in which a person exists in the context of place, mood and emotions. All things co-exist; there is no independent self. The intention of these paintings is to express the concept that a single life reflects all of life. We are drops of water in the infinite ocean of Life."

Jan Lutz, on Interbeing