Artwork: Exhibits

Exhibit Essay by Allison M. Moore, Ph.D. 

 In 2003, a year after her solo watercolor show in O’Hanlon Gallery, Abby Wasserman turned toward three dimensional art, making wall reliefs and sculptures as assemblages of found and gathered natural materials imbued with personal connections. Recent works continue a lifelong interest in autobiography and family biographies in an abstract mode, bringing a new aesthetic in her work influenced by her interest in Zen Buddhism, in which practice she has been involved for nearly a decade.

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Recent Exhibit

Abby Wasserman: 

Mixed-Media Constructions

Aug 29–Sept 19, 2019
The installation featured 20 artworks, largely 3-D assemblages, in the Loft Gallery at O'Hanlon Center for the Arts.

Above photos by Jack Fulton