“Paintings & Prints” – Art by Lisbeth Firmin
Friday, March 17, 6:30 pm
Artist Talk: 7 pm
Admission is free
Join artist Lisbeth Firmin as she shares her inspiration behind her urban artwork which explores the relationship between people and their urban environment.
Walk through the exhibit at your own leisure and hear Lisbeth’s take on her work.
The exhibit features a variety of prints and paintings by Firmin. Her work depicts a feeling of human solitude and of people headed somewhere undisclosed. Firmin’s work rides the line between abstraction and realism, letting the viewer provide the final interpretation. Join us to learn more about the inspiration behind Firmin’s work.
Questions? Call the Friday Center at 919-962-3000 for more information.
About the artist:
Lisbeth Firmin is a contemporary American realist whose paintings and monotypes explore the relationship between people and their urban environment, while simultaneously capturing the energy and light of a specific moment in time. Her art has expanded from early depictions of lonely highways done from solitary road trips, to painting the neighborhoods and street scenes surrounding her downtown New York City apartment, where she lived for more than 25 years. Her work has been written about in The New York Times, Provincetown Arts, The Boston Globe, Constellation 617, Provincetown Arts, Arts Magazine, American Art Collector, and numerous other publications. Firmin teaches painting/printmaking at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and at the Truro Center for the Arts, Castle Hill, Cape Cod, MA.
Learn more about Lisbeth Firmin and view examples of her work.
Can’t make the event? Lisbeth’s prints will be on exhibit at the Friday Center through July 2017. Feel free to stop by and explore her work at your leisure.
Note: In concordance with University policy, minors are welcome, but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.