Impressionism – the art of immediacy and movement – is by nature an impromptu tradition. Its name implies a direct, organic response to subject, and its legacy includes some of the most charismatic figures in art history. In the works of Kathy Anderson and Kim English, we see fresh incarnations of this storied approach. Anderson’s passion is rooted in her garden, whose bounty provides continuous (if momentary) opportunities to record the colors of nature. Alternately, English finds beauty in nonchalant corners of the human experience, capturing the graceful visage of people unaware as they engage in the particulars of daily life.
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