Abstract paintings showcased at WalkOver Gallery in Bristol

BRISTOL — The WalkOver Gallery in at 15 Main St. in Bristol is showing a retrospective of the work of 88-year-old Charlotte artist Maize Bausch. 
Bausch has had a career as an abstract painter for over 40 years, yet little is known about her substantial and varied body of work. She has resided and worked in Charlotte since the 1960s. 
A highly sophisticated and educated painter who trained at the venerable Art Students League of New York, her painting has a vibrancy that resonates with the likes of Georg Baselitz as well as Brice Marden. Even though she has worked somewhat reclusively in the woods of Vermont, Bausch has kept alert to the contemporary movements in the painting field. The densely painted canvases are full of humor, love, life and a color sense that is unique and refreshing. 
The retrospective at the WalkOver is a monument to Bausch’s commitment to a life in art and reveals a singular and assured visual world of her own making. The exhibition runs from July 15-Aug. 23. For more information call 453-3188, ext. 2.

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