A distinctive view of nature

As spring brings the gradual reawakening of the natural world, art lovers can hasten the experience by viewing the current exhibit of painter Scott Zuckerman’s works on display at the Cornwall Congregational Church. The exhibit of nature-themed paintings will continue until April 30. Photo by Leila Hawken

CORNWALL — There was a large turnout for a reception at the Cornwall Congregational Church on Sunday, March 24, for the art work of Scott Zuckerman. 

The theme of the exhibit might be described as nature in motion. His brush strokes add movement through texture; dappled color captures living beings in their natural environment. Impressionism comes to mind.

“Snow is not white,” Zuckerman pointed out when speaking about one of his paintings. Indeed, snow is made of lots of colors to a painter’s eye.

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