Local 188 presents PERMUTATIONS: examinations of color and shape
new paintings by Jeanne O’Toole Hayman
On view Friday, May 7th – Friday, July 2nd
This exhibition features over 70 abstract paintings by local artist Jeanne O’Toole Hayman. Initially these works appear deceptively simple, but upon closer inspection one will find a variety of subtle shifts of color and shape. There is a constant push and pull between simplicity and complexity. Each piece in this series of work is unique and simultaneously in visual conversation with the whole.
Jeanne O’Toole Hayman has been a painter and printmaker for more than twenty years. She began developing her printmaking skills at the Mason Gross School of Innovative Printmaking at Rutgers University and has been honing them ever since. She merges the disciplines of printmaking and painting at her studio off Forest Ave. and at the Peregrine Press, a non-profit printmaking cooperative on Pleasant St. O’Toole has shown her work at galleries and museums across New England including, but not limited to the Farnsworth Art Museum, Richard Boyd Art Gallery, Greenhut Galleries, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery, Art House Picture Frames and Gallery.
Show curated by Jenny Gardner, manager of Local 188 and Full Circle Art Consulting’s Abby Daggett and Kristin Fitzpatrick. In addition to their culinary genius, over half of upper management/owners of Local 188 have Fine Art degrees; carrying out their initial mission: to offer exceptional cuisine alongside visual art. Stop by to enjoy locally sourced food and local contemporary art.
View the show online here!
Tapas, paella & other Spanish cuisine plus drinks in an eclectic setting full of local art
*reservations recommended* / walk-in dining available
Wednesday + Thursday 5-9pm
Friday + Saturday 5-9:30pm
Saturday + Sunday 9am-2pm
685 Congress St, Portland, ME 04102