The eight artists on view at the Bonfoey Gallery’s Ohio Impressionists: Places and Passages exhibit share a fondness for pastoral scenes that make the Buckeye State seem like one of the most serene places in the whole world. The painted landscapes also obviously nod to Impressionist masters, who could make even war-torn Europe seem like an ideal vacation spot. But there are differences among these Ohio artists. Mary Deutschman’s bright, vibrant scenes sparkle with urban pizzazz, while Jance Lentz’s pieces are stuffed with tree-lined paths and lily-speckled ponds. Teri Gilfilen, Ron Johnston, and Paula Rubenstein also contribute.
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