2006 - "4 Artists - 4 Mediums - 4 Styles - 4 Visons"
Berger, Cathy Rogers, David Hayward & Susan Darbyshire
Sat. June 3, 2006 2-4 p.m.
Soft jazz music to be provided by:
Adam Pallaid &
About our June Artists
Donna Berger works as a freelance
artist, creating Illustration and design work for picturebooks,
magazines, editorial and business clients. Additionally, she loves
painting and exploring other creative art forms.
"Art has always been a driving force in my life, whether it's
creating for myself or other communication vehicles for print/publishing
As a graphic designer, Susan has created
a variety of projects from advertisements to exhibit graphics to
designing a cookbook. Her personal work includes photography and
"I strive to show the viewer something
they may not have noticed before. I love it when the details, colors
and composition come together to create those "aha" moments
for the viewer."
Graphic Design and Production
Hayward, Pastel Artist
With pastels as his primary medium, David has been painting landscapes
and still life for nearly 30 years. His approach combines the study
of the American and European 19th century artists, an interest in
topography and biology -- and the appreciation that "all art
aspires to music."
"Everyone has their unique way of
connecting with someting greater than themselves. I have had the
most incredible experiences painting the fields, wetlands and sea
shores of New England that will stay with me forever. I hope to
share those experiences with others through my art."
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Catherine Rogers works as a marketing communications
manager for a high tech software company. As an artist, she loves
to work with a hands-on approach to explore and combine art mediums.
In her current series, she designs complex collages from hand-painted
watercolor papers, found objects from the streets, and household
"I'm fascinated by the beauty in everyday
ordinary objects and the beautiful patina they acquire simply by
aging. Combining pieces of these objects with fine art materials
usually yields some wonderful visual surprises, and challenges the
viewer to see the world with refreshed eyesight."