KK Kozik’s Dreamy World on Display in Two Shows
Painter KK Kozik has her studio and ICEHOUSE project space gallery on the historic Green in Sharon, Conn., but her work is shown widely at other venues as well.
Kenise Barnes Fine Art in Kent, Conn., includes Kozik in a group show that is open until March 13.
And the Berkshire School in Sheffield, Mass., will continue its show of 14 works by Kozik until March 5, with an artist reception on Wednesday, March 2, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Kozik’s work captures scenes of life in New England, sometimes at familiar locales (beaches, houses, forests) and sometimes with overlays that suggest the way our minds reimagine the places where we find ourselves.
In a short description of her work for the Berkshire School show, the artist said, “The days are getting longer and when I think about transitions like these, I think about how light and weather, time and place really impact individuals’ perceptions and interior states.
“I think that is an aim in my work, setting a scene that can resonate with viewers.”
Find out more about the show, “Time and Place” and about the Warren Family Gallery at www.berkshireschool.org/arts/the-warren-family-gallery. Find out more about the artist and her work at www.k2kozik.com.
— Cynthia Hochswender