The Roxbury Arts Group Announces
This World Still Exists, Works by Neil Driscoll
A New Exhibit in the Walt Meade Galler August 1, 2020 – September 12, 2020
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 1 from 3 – 6 p.m. at the Roxbury Arts Center 5025 Vega Mountain Road, Roxbury
The Roxbury Arts Group is elated to exhibit a series of new work from painter Neil Driscoll. ‘This World Still Exists’ opens with a reception at the Roxbury Arts Center, 5025 Vega Mountain Road in Roxbury, on Saturday, August 1 from 3:00 - 6:00p. These new works preserve and convey spontaneity impulse, light, color, motion and good humor - all elements that Driscoll hopes the viewer will find still exists in the world. The opening reception and visits to the Walt Meade Gallery are always free and open to all. Strict COVID guidelines will be implemented. Masks and social distancing will be required. Guests may wait in the 1,200 sq. ft. main hall, or outdoors, until they are admitted into the gallery space in small numbers. For information on this exhibit and the COVID guidelines visit roxburyartsgroup.org or call 607.326.7908
“Neil’s solo show has been in the works for over a year” says Jenny Rosenzweig Executive Director of the Roxbury Arts Group. “His pieces simultaneously offer a sense of humanity, spontaneity, spirit and calm. It only seems natural that we are reopening the gallery with this show.”
Neil received his artistic training at the Memphis Academy of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago during the 1960’s. After a brief stint teaching high school art, he realized his wide-ranging interests needed further expression, which he found in painting, music and landscape design. Neil paints the soul of his subjects in an eclectic style that is both folk inspired and impressionistic. One never knows what subject will appear on a Driscoll canvas. His alluring works are serious, abstract, flippant, and insightful.
The 2020 Roxbury Arts Group gallery series is sponsored by Roxbury Wine & Spirits. All programs offered by the Roxbury Arts Group are supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature, the Robinson Broadhurst Foundation, the Tianaderrah Foundation, The Delaware National Bank of Delhi and by the generosity of business sponsors and individual donors like you.