Earlier this week, I drove in the pouring rain with a carload of paintings to Clemmons where I put some of the paintings on display in a bank. Then I took the rest to a doctor's office in Winston-Salem where they line the halls, adding some cheer. With the finish of my solo show last month, my paintings need new exhibit spaces. "Happiness" is one of the paintings on display in the bank.
Detail of "Happiness"
Annette Bartlett-Golden paints a wide range of subjects from landscapes to animals and makes abstract works with paper. Using vibrant colors, she imparts a sense of immediacy, vivacity and optimism to her paintings and paper collages.