Coming Up: Introspective Retrospection, Georgette Sinclair at Gallery RIVAA

Coming Up: Introspective Retrospection, Georgette Sinclair at Gallery RIVAA

Introspective Retrospection, a solo exhibit by pastelist Georgette Sinclair, opens next weekend at Roosevelt Island’s Gallery RIVAA. This show is the product of a COVID year spent thinking about what she loves and its place in her art.

We’ll have more to come, but for now, here’s a taste of what you’ll enjoy at this landmark art exhibit.

A winter scene in Good Shepherd Plaza. “I love winter,” the artist says, and you can tell.

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