These Varied Works Are A Treat

Art: Trinity Gallery Juried Art Show
Max Ule, a member of the Trinity Church Art Show Committee, surveys the show on opening day. Photo by Marsden Epworth

The Trinity Gallery Juried Art Show, running through Oct. 15, presents paintings and drawings of rivers, mountains, lakes, fields, barns, familiar landmarks, cute kids, cute animals and flowers. 

Plenty of flowers. 

It has the stuff of magic, too. Robert Cronin, that master painter and storyteller, has three pieces in the show, each with its own beguiling secrets. Particularly beautiful is his “Sleeping Gypsy,” a woman in white lying in a cradle near the sea, with her own moon and stars overhead. It’s gorgeous. And mysterious.

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