Of Moods And Seasons

The Art Scene
“Late Afternoon,” Robert Kipniss

Robert Kipniss, a part-time resident of Sharon, is a painter of trees and leaves and ghostly landscapes. And like the artist himself, the pictures are controlled, masterful, often haunting and even (unlike the artist) a bit menacing. His trees can seem about to deconstruct, his leaves to fly away.

Now 11 of the artist’s new works — most are from 2011 — are on exhibit at Franklin Riehlman Fine Art in New York City.

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