Franklin Art Association Feb. 3 Zoom Meeting to Later Air on Franklin TV
The Franklin Art Association’s monthly meeting took place on February 3rd as a Zoom presentation on the work of FAA member Christine Toubeau, done in collaboration with Franklin TV. It is based on an art exhibit currently hanging at the FUSF Church in Franklin as well as earlier works from a solo art show at University of Massachusetts. Christine’s original acrylic paintings deal with futuristic technology and her point of view as the artist comes through these images.
“The Future Awash” shows the blue robot, which is a symbol of contemporary technology that I have been using in my paintings for the last fifteen years,” says Toubeau. “These current paintings show Future humans partnering with robots to try to clean the terrain of Our Earth, whose environment needs help after Climate Crisis and Oil Spill Pollution. It is a retrospective of my work showing the body of work I’ve done since getting a Fine Arts Masters in 2004 in Amherst, Mass.”
Toubeau will also demonstrate her approach to working with large, four foot canvases and give a painting with acrylics demo from her home studio.
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For more information how to view Toubeau's presentation on Franklin TV, visit www.franklin.tv.