Original Exhibit Dates: March 2011

Our seventeenth exhibit brought together three masters of their mediums - Hollis Jeffcoat, Pattie Lipman and Dan Welden, all of whom studied and worked in New York – and presented us with a wonderful variety of unique images that range from subtle to strong, colorful to monotone, realistic to abstract, and quiet to bold; a harmony of contrasts.

As always, Hollis Jeffcoat's paintings captured the glorious magnificence of Florida with pastel and oils; Pattie Lipman's use of the time-honored methods of intaglio and mezzotint etching to produced delicate, intimate prints. Also featured in this exhibit was master printmaker Dan Welden, inventor of the solar plate process, who creates fascinating, abstracted, mutli-media prints.