Tara Lynn Johnson

Writer – Photographer – Tea Drinker

A color-filled connection

This time of year, Mother Nature puts on a colorful show. This month, so does artist Joyce Berger. Through November 6, viewers can see her colorful abstract works at Rosemont College’s Lawrence Gallery.

Art is a welcome sight any day. On this dreary rainy day, her bright imaginings are especially welcome.

From her Origin series. Click to see it larger

From her Origin series. Click the picture to see it larger.

My conversation with Joyce resulted in this article: Bursts of color from a skateboard: “Floating Worlds” at Rosemont College. We talked a lot about her inspirations and her process. Who would have thought that a skateboarding grandson could inspire a series?

If you can’t get to the exhibit, this lovely video from the opening reception gives you a glance at the displayed pictures — many pretty and vibrant views to liven up your day.

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks, Rhonda. Welcome! I’ve enjoyed your posts in Broad Street Review! 🙂 I was touched by her being inspired by her grandchildren, too. You never know where inspiration will come from, eh?

  2. I love art, and the idea that she got these images from watching her grandson just makes it all the more special for me. I think I’ll watch my grandchildren closes to help with my writing (laughs). Thanks for posting this Tara

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