Butters Gallery Ltd.

Exhibition Details

What the River Says by Mariella Bisson

Waterfall_ Ochre Rocks

Waterfall, Ochre Rocks

The Rocks_ The River_ You and Me

The Rocks, The River, You and Me

Whaat the River Says

What the River Says

Palenville_ Upper Falls from South Side

Palenville, Upper Falls from South Side

Blue Winter Sky

Blue Winter Sky

Tree Holds On

Tree Holds On

Following a River

Following a River

Waterfall_ cliff

Waterfall, Cliff

Plattekill Creek Falls

Plattekill Creek Falls

Palenville_ Waterfall in Rays of Light

Palenville, Waterfall in Rays of Light

Gravity_ Fallen Stone slab at Plattekill Falls

Gravity, Fallen Stone Slab at Plattekill Falls, 2018

Cedar Trees_ Mountain cliff_ Lake Willoughby_ Vermont

Cedar Trees, Mountain Cliff, Lake Willoughby, Vermont, 2018

Take Me to the River

Take Me to the River

Piney Point

Piney Point

Forest Falls_ Double Arc

Forest Falls, Double Arc

Upstream_ Downstream

Upstream, Downstream

Waterfall_ Wide and Bright

Waterfall, Wide and Bright

Plattekill Falls_ Cliff_ Water and Sunshine

Plattekill Falls, Cliff, Water and Sunshine

Swimming in Ink_ the Blue Hole

Swimming in Ink, the Blue Hole

Waterfall in a Yellow Wood

Waterfall in a Yellow Wood

Red Rocks_ Blue Skies From Now on

Red Rocks, Blue Skies From Now on

Red Rocks_ As Above_ So Below

Red Rocks, As Above, So Below

Pedernal_ When first We Met

Pedernal, When first We Met

Water Has Ways

Water Has Ways

Mariella Bisson is a painter of nature's force and beauty.  She makes paintings in mixed media on linen or on wood panel and works on paper in watercolor, collage, printmaking and drawing.

Mariella Bisson’s transformative Artwork brings a viewer to all the places she’s been.  Her signature bold compositions and color arrangements can be subtle while compelling.  Her highly inventive use of collage brings forth a tactile surface experience reflecting what one might encounter in the forest, such as tree bark or stone.  Bisson’s paintings, far more than pictures, are places of calm meditation.

Two monoprints in this show "Following a River" and "What the River Says" were inspired by the poetry of William Stafford, Poet Laureate of Oregon (1975 -1990),  from his book "Ask Me"




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