Anne Heywood: Simple Vision

23 Jul – 20 Aug 2009

In this Red Room exhibition, Heywood presents her vision of the simplified modern landscape, depicting common subjects in unconventional settings. Heywood's uniquely-composed works are characterized by expressionistic rendering and dramatic shifts of light, evoking a sense of thoughtful mystery in the viewer. Isolating objects in unexpected ways, such as gloves hanging precariously from a wire or a single chair soaking in the sunlight, Heywood's pastels reveal the strength and character in everyday, simple objects.

Heywood is the recipient of the International Association of Pastel Societies' prestigious Masters Circle Award as well as the first recipient of their Convention Image Award. She was also awarded the Holbein Award from the Pastel Society of America and the Salmagundi Club's George Inness, Jr. Memorial Award. Heywood is currently at work in her studios in both Massachusetts and Maine. Her work can be found in both national and international corporate and private collections.

Anne Heywood
A.M.
pastel
31 X 32
Anne Heywood
Hands
pastel
30 X 47
Anne Heywood
Illuminated
pastel
18 X 20
Anne Heywood
Passages IV
pastel
15 x 12
Anne Heywood
Passage III
pastel
28 X 23
Anne Heywood
Sundown Esplanade
pastel
25 X 19
Anne Heywood
Unsheltered
pastel
23 X 31
Anne Heywood
p.m.
pastel
32 X 43
Anne Heywood
Clearing
Pastel
16 X 20
Anne Heywood
Journey II
Pastel
24 X 27
Anne Heywood
Marsh Flatlands
Pastel
17 X 27.5
Anne Heywood
Nightlight III
Pastel
16 X 19
Anne Heywood
Nightlight IV
Pastel
18 X 21
Anne Heywood
Nuvole
Pastel
27 X 19
Anne Heywood
Passage II
pastel
19 x 14 3/4
 
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