Elizabeth O’Reilly @ George Billis Gallery

Elizabeth O’Reilly @ George Billis Gallery

Elizabeth O’Reilly paintings review by Maureen Mullarkey on an exhibition at George Billis Gallery, New York. According to Mullarkey O’Reilly had shown intuitive regard for a man’s sense of place. She had sensibly depicted the Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal, Union Street Bridge and a significant aspect of home. She had shown that urban details can as easily approach the well springs of serenity.

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Elizabeth O’Reilly @ George Billis Gallery

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