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Andrew Stevovich: Twenty Years of Paintings, Drawings and Prints
September 2 - November 7, 1999
In the introduction to the 47-page fully-illustrated exhibition catalogue for Andrew Stevovich: Twenty Years of Paintings, Drawings and Prints, Ronald L. Crusan, Director of the Danforth Museum of Art says: "Andrew's art touches people in a way that not all art can. The narrative he provides on the canvas, though not always spelled out by him, and often interpreted differently by each viewer, is a narrative of the common man, the mysteries and struggles of modern life, and the sometimes simple, sometimes complex relationships between men and women. Andrew has a talent for creating work that appeals to those who look for a simple story line to follow and to those who look beyond the surface. His work is technically superior and aesthetically satisfying, yet deceptively simple in design and color and therefore has a broad appeal."
Images from left to right: Woman with Autumn Leaves, 1994, Private Collection; Fallen Diva, 1981, oil on linen, 4 x 6 1/2 inches, Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen; Nadine with Espresso, 1998, oil on linen, 24 x 17 inches, Private Collection; One Shot Jimmie's, 1988, oil on linen, 40 x 50 inches, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hill
This exhibition is the first in over twenty years in the greater Boston area for Andrew Stevovich (b. 1948), one of Boston's acclaimed artists. Stevovich received a MFA in Painting from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1980. His work is in many public collections including the Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA; Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA; Fuller Art Museum, Brockton, MA; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME.
Major financial support was provided by a generous grant from Circle Furniture of Framingham, Cambridge, Acton, and Hanover, Massachusetts. Additional funds were provided by Anonymous Donors and the Stone Foundation.
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