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Artists show distinct styles
Tristan Gallery, 148 Commercial St., Provincetown, will be showing the works of Stephen Coyle, Pauline urn, and Sky Power through Aug. l.
This three-person show provides viewers with a look at three of the gallery's represented artists' newest works. Each has developed a unique style and technique; the show will provide viewers with contemporary realism, surrealism and abstract paintiIigs in mediums of oils, alkyd and oil/mixed media in a range of sizes.
Coyle focuses on everyday items and infuses them with his vision. Lim, whose paintings evoke solace and isolation, creates a meditative thread by mixing relevant newspaper clippings into the work. Power, who is part Cherokee, offers Ikage, the Apache word for shield or protector. She has created four large black and red canvases which both reveal her unconscious and protect her from the world. She says her symbols are intended to be reminiscent of musical notes (she is a piano tuner), cattle brands (she's from Texas) and the Cherokee alphabet.
Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. For further information call (508) 487-3939 or go to www.tristanganery.com.