Press Release


For Immediate Release

Carol Gobin & Gail Sauter

The Harrison Gallery
39 Spring Street, Williamstown, MA

Carol Gobin & Gail Sauter
May 3 – May 30, 2013

Opening Reception
Saturday, May 3 – from 5 PM to 7 PM

The Harrison Gallery will be presenting two person show featuring paintings by Carol Gobin and Gail Sauter. The show will showcase the artists two different styles and techniques. The show will be on display May 3 - 30, 2014, with an opening reception on Saturday, May 3rd from 5 – 7 pm, which is open to the public.

Carol Gobin came to landscape painting just years ago after extensive study in house building and architectural drafting as well as graphic design and visual arts. After college she spent fifteen years as a commercial artist before taking up oil paints and portraying the old barns and landscapes she found in the hills surrounding her northwest Connecticut home. Not surprisingly her paintings focus on architectural details. She selects parts of buildings – the cupola on a shingled roof or the red barn door or the complex angles where barn walls come together – and washes them in the bright sunlight of the dying day. Gobin received her formal art education at the California College of Art and the Berkshire Community College where she studied under Mark Milloff.

Gail Sauter received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Oklahoma and has had numerous exhibits both nationally as well as internationally. Sauter strives to capture the extraordinary in the ordinary. Intrigued with memories it is in her work that she seeks not to depict what she is seeing but instead the after image that stays with her. Her paintings convey time and place with a strong impact that recreates the experience of being present in that moment.

The Harrison Gallery is located at 39 Spring Street in Williamstown, MA. Gallery hours are Wednesday - Saturday, 10AM to 5:30PM, Sunday 11AM to 4PM. For further information, please contact The Harrison Gallery at (413) 458-1700 or visit our website at

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