The Frostburg Museum is proud to present an exhibition by Regina Tumasella beginning April 17, continuing to May 12. The artist’s reception will be held on April 28 from 5-8PM, and is free to the public. Refreshments will be served and everyone is invited to come to meet and talk with the artist.
Regina Tumasella was born amidst the soft grandeur of New York’s Catskill Mountains and has always been attuned to the natural world. A MICA grad whose paintings were featured in a recent New York Times profile of the Baltimore art scene, her paintings clearly recall landscapes while remaining wholly abstract.
In her statement about her art, Tumasella says, “In my paintings I try to uncover emotional landscapes that shift from day to day. I map my perceptions of specific landscapes through the mingling of color in layers of paint. The aspiration of my work is to continuously arrive at a more clear vision and understanding of place and time.”
The Frostburg Museum is a non-profit organization located at the corners of Hill and Oak Streets in the growing arts and entertainment district of Frostburg, Maryland. The Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12-5PM, the artist’s work will be available for viewing during that time and admittance to the Museum is always free. Your generous donations are always appreciated. For more information you are welcome to contact Garry Ritchie, curator, at 301-689-1195 or by email at email@example.com. The Museum is also on the web at frostmuseum.allconet.org and now on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter! The Museum Gallery is supported in part by The Allegany Arts Council, and is a member of the Allegany County Chamber of Commerce.