The tree of life, in works by Nash Gill

Gina Gill, right, with her son, Forest, at the Cornwall Library for the opening of “Reflections” a show featuring the prints of her late husband, Bryan Nash Gill. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

CORNWALL — Since Bryan Nash Gill’s unexpected death in 2013 his wife, Gina, has made it her mission to find galleries to exhibit the work. 

Creating art “was a form of breathing for him,” Gill said, standing in front of an impressively large print by her late husband. The flat cross-section of a tree’s center, rings expanding outward toward the frame and printed in a bright barn red boldly greeted visitors to the opening of “Reflections” at the Cornwall Library on Saturday night, Feb. 3. 

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