The artwork of Jocelyn Regenbogen will be on display in the
Oliver Wolcott Library's Jamie Gagarin Community Room and Gallery from May 5 through June 23, 2016. The opening reception is on Thursday, May 5 from 5:00- 7:00 p.m. The Oliver Wolcott Library is located on 160 South Street in Litchfield, CT.
Jocelyn Regenbogen has been painting watercolors for the past twenty years. Her interest in the medium began with a series of six lessons with the accomplished Frank Federico at his Goshen studio. Little did she know then that she would remain a devoted weekly student of Frank's for the next eight years and would continue painting for years thereafter.
Her body of work consists largely of florals and landscapes. In her work, she strives to capture the ephemeral aspects of nature and the interplay of light and shadow. She paints with bold and varied brush strokes, uses glazes of color carefully and preserves the white of the paper whenever possible. Her work incorporates familiar local backdrops as well as favored travel destinations including Martha's Vineyard and the Caribbean.
Dr. Regenbogen has shown her work at numerous venues including a juried exhibit at the Kent Art Association, the Oliver Wolcott Library, the William Pitt Real Estate Gallery, Western New England College and the Hunt Memorial Library in Falls Village. She has done multiple paintings on commission also.
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