Spectral Figures/ Marty Poole

Martin Poole-  Incandescence

Martin Poole- Incandescence

Well, once again the gallery is filled with luminous paintings from Marty Poole as the West End Gallery is proud to present his annual exhibition of new work.  This year’s show, Spectral Figures, promises to be one of the best shows of the years,  a tour de force from the Corning native who now resides in North Carolina.  There are fabulous examples of Poole’s masterful figurative work as well as his epic landscapes and still lifes.  As is always the case with Marty’s shows, this is one you will not want to miss.

The exhibit, which runs from June 14th until July 19th,  begins Friday evening with an opening reception from 5- 7:30 PM.  It’s open to the public and gives you an opportunity to meet the artist, take in his beautiful paintings, enjoy a refreshment and hear the guitar sounds  of William Groome.  Is there  a better way to spend one of the last evenings of the spring?

The festivities continue Saturday as Marty will be returning to the gallery for a Gallery Talk that runs from 1-2 PM.  His talks are always an event here at the gallery and a perfect way to discover more about his work.

So, pencil it in on your calendar and come on down to the West End Gallery this weekend.  You will be glad you did!

Martin Poole- Fairy

Martin Poole- Fairy

Martin Poole-  Cloud Break

Martin Poole- Cloud Break

Martin Poole-  Pedernales River

Martin Poole- Pedernales River



One Response to Spectral Figures/ Marty Poole

  1. It’s a stunning show! Hope everyone can make an evening of it!

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