The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts will feature Rebecca Klementovich in the Carnegie Gallery, at the Rochester Public Library, with a series of abstract oil paintings and photographs highlighting the life and process of abstract painters in the White Mountains.
“Living in the White Mountains gives us an arena of uncharted areas for modern work in an amazing landscape… the photos are often just as abstract as the paintings.” says Klementovich.
Klementovich is already a member of the museum’s permanent collection. In 2015, she generously donated a large abstract oil landscape which has quickly become a local favorite. As a result, she was nominated for Best Visual Artist by the Commission for Arts and Culture for the City of Rochester in August, 2015.
The duo strives to amplify the presence of contemporary art in rural New Hampshire by exhibiting works throughout the region and presenting “art not typically seen in the area.” Femme Fatales of the North, in Abstract will be on view April 2nd to June 3rd, 2016. The Carnegie Gallery, at the Rochester Public Library, is located at 65 South Main Street in Rochester, NH.