This collection of Barbara Kaiser‘s watercolor paintings, created during a period of time touched by tragedy, uncertainty and fear; explores remembrance, resilience and hope. Through depictions of motion and upward-looking compositions, and sharing the common threads of blue sky and flight, the works represent a shift from melancholy to brightness, possibility and joy. The artist employs her signature use of bold color, thoughtful composition and varied watercolor techniques throughout.
Elisabeth Quatrano moved to Princeton in 2021 after completing a MFA in ceramics from Cranbrook Academy of Art. In this body of work, she explores memory, language, and loss, while challenging the sculptural limits and precious nature of porcelain.
Elisabeth enjoys teaching textile, culinary, and ceramic arts. As in her own practice, she encourages her students to experiment, to iterate, and to hone their attention skills. She thinks that creating and appreciating art are essential for individual and community well-being.