A Colorful Life: Paintings by Morrie Rohrlick

Mark your calendars / tell your friends!

Joyful, luminous paintings by noted Montreal artist Morrie Rohrlick  

(1928-2014) will be available for sale at a major solo exhibition

throughout the month of June 2016 at Club Sportif MAA

(2070 Peel Street, Montreal, between Sherbrooke and De Maisonneuve, 514-845-2233).

Entry to the exhibition is free of charge and open to the public.

Here’s just one example of what will be in the show:

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“Balinese Quilt #1,” acrylics on canvas, 61 cm x 91 cm

As a Manhattan Arts reviewer wrote, “Morrie Rohrlick takes colored pencil and acrylics and the subjects of still life and deftly transforms them into realistic, magnificent celebrations of colors.” Morrie’s artwork reflects the delight he took in life, his intellectual curiosity, his love of travel, his sense of humor, and his generous spirit. In an artist statement, Morrie explained, “My aim is to animate the inanimate, to create a world of lively, vibrant and exciting images, surfaces, textures and patterns that express the inner excitement and joy that I feel about my world.”

For more information on Morrie Rohrlick and his art, see his website or Facebook page or contact MorrieRohrlickArt@gmail.com