From spatulas to squeegees with Leslie J. Dulin
Leslie J. Dulin is no stranger to design, and her experience shows through in her carefully crafted “Abstract Paintings” series, which opens at the In-Town Gallery this Friday.
Dulin uses a variety of found objects, from spatulas to squeegees, to create vibrantly textured paintings that utilize their own mistakes and improvisations.
She uses the physicality of the paint to create multiple layers to her pieces, letting earlier layers peek through to enhance the finished product.
Dulin has been a member of the In-Town Gallery since 2005, and among her other current projects are assemblages and collages, the styles of which have influenced her abstract work.
The goal of her series is to influence the emotions of viewers while still allowing each person to bring their own interpretations to the pieces.
The gallery opening will be held at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4 in the In-Town Gallery at 26A Frazier Avenue. Wine and refreshments will be served.
Leslie J. Dulin
Friday, 5 p.m.
26A Frazier Ave.