BEDFORD, N.Y. – The Pomona Cultural Center announces the art exhibition, “Beauty in Harmony,” featuring oil paintings by Liron Sissman, 3D wall-hanging mask-like portraits in acrylic on shaped masonite board by Jeanne Steers and bronze and aqua resin sculptures by Lori Shorin.
This exhibition presents a combination of natural objects: landsapes and flora, torsos, heads, figures, and life expressions of human forms. Each artist's inspirations reflect their artistic vision through various styles, use of color, texture, shape, material and medium.
Sissman recently was on Bedford Road in Bedford with one of her latest paintings inspired by the Bedford foliage. Her husband, Steve Labkoff, was photographing her there, next to the pond, finished painting by her side.
Individuals on three continents and organizations nationwide collect her art. Her paintings are featured in shows in New York City and throughout the country. Her art has won multiple awards and was featured in the film “Something Borrowed,” starring Kate Hudson.
“Beauty in Harmony” runs through Nov. 15. For more information see the center's website .
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