Mixed media artist Michele Pulver Feldman practices what she likes to call “serendipitous creativity.” It is what drives her, she said.
“I am not always quite sure how a piece will turn out, but I allow that ‘ah-ha’ moment to guide me and take me for a creative ride — landing in an unexpected but wonderful place,” she said. “For this reason, I would describe the pieces I create as unexpected and whimsical.”
Inspired by the likes of Matisse, Cezanne, Picasso, Monet, Tiffany and Hockney, Feldman is best known for her images that portray modern Jewish life, on view starting Sunday, June 30, at Temple Adas Israel Gallery Space in Sag Harbor.
“My artwork represents both my love of color and art history,” she said. “I use a variety of techniques, including silk painting, collage, mono printing, acrylic painting and pyrography.”
The exhibition, titled “Serendipitous Creativity” will open with a wine and cheese reception at 5 p.m., and remain on view through August. For more information, call (631) 725-0904.