The Camden Falls Gallery kicks off its spring season on June 5 with a stunning show of new work by gallery artist Ann Trainor Domingue. Leaving behind an illustrious 30-year career in the advertising world, Trainor Domingue departed for the freedom of a life not dictated by clients, budgets, and efficiency. Her years of experience with graphic design, color, and composition made this creative transition natural and augured well for her new personally expressive painting.
“The foundation is laid but the details are to be determined once the painting process begins. I create art that is grounded in reality while obviously playing with it – reshaping forms and reinterpreting color. Lines sometimes do the heavy lifting, and at other times it’s color and texture that bring the piece to life,” states Trainor Domingue.
As a Copley Fellow at the Copley Society of Art in Boston, Trainor Domingue was chosen as the 2014 recipient of the artist residency at the Fine Art Work Center in Provincetown, MA. Cape Cod is familiar territory for the painter, having spent many youthful summer vacations there, before returning to her Barrington, Rhode Island home. She currently resides in New Hampshire, and has had her work juried into exhibitions at the Currier Museum of Art, where she also teaches classes and workshops.
The exhibit runs at the gallery in Camden from June 5-19. For more information, please call 207-470-7027 or visit www.camdenfallsgallery.com.