New Exhibition

Greetings from the New World: What was that?

Introducing a New Exhibition in 2021

Moss Galleries presents “Greetings from the New World:What Was That?” an exhibition of new paintings by Eva Goetz on the subject of Covid-19 from January 8 to February 6, 2021.

A complete list of artworks and pricing is available online at elizabethmossgalleries.com.

Greetings from the New World is divided into three themes: A Covid Diary, Fly Rhymes with Lie, and Give me a Kiss I Can Really Feel. This series covers both feelings and events we all may have experienced in the U.S. while living within the age of Covid-19.

These paintings and more can also be viewed in the Artwork section on the website. It is my honor to share this new work with you! Be well everyone!!

Exhibition Details

Special thanks to Liz Moss and her marvelous team and Andy Woznica, web tech/designer extraordinaire!
The show opens January 8th 2021

Dates: January 8th to February 6th 2021

Location: Elizabeth Moss Galleries, 251 US-1 Falmouth Maine, 04105.
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Gallery Hours: Tues, Weds, Thurs, Sat, 10-5  – Fridays 10-3

10% of sales will go directly to the Spurwink School and Services. Pricing is available on request. All sales will be through the Gallery

Themes

“Greetings from the New World” – A Covid Diary

When the world stopped in Spring 2020 the Covid Diary began. Isolated together within the pandemic, painting became my coping mechanism. This series was intended to visually report, reflect, and transcend the hurt and confusion playing out within us all. The Covid-19 story is not done. I still paint.

Fly Rhymes With Lie

A fly lands on VP Pence’s head during the VP debates as he was explaining to the country that “there is no systematic racism in America”.

Finally I had a metaphor and outlet for painting the absurdities perpetuated by the Trump Presidency. And the ‘Fly’ series was born.

Give me A Kiss I Can Really Feel

The hardest thing about living within the age of Covid-19 is not being able to gather together or hug. These paintings express my longing for the simple things: A kiss. A hug. Even a hand shake.