Honey Lane: New paintings by Maureen O'Leary

ONE Arts Center, Burlington, Vermont, February 2015

About Honey Lane:
H. L. Wilson writes in “A Short Sketch of the Evolution of the Bungalow: From its Primitive Crudeness to its Present State of Artistic Beauty and Cozy Convenience,” circa 1908,  “Number 352 is a good example of a large roomy house at moderate cost.  Every room is light and airy, and there is not an inch of waste space.  The exterior, with its well proportioned lines, is very attractive, and the floor plans will repay careful examination.  A most satisfactory house in every respect.”

Maureen O’Leary is a painter and photographer who has recently exhibited at Aljirra Contemporary in Newark, New Jersey, Wayfarers in Bushwick, New York and Marshall Arts in Memphis, Tennessee.  Her collaborative book of photography with Terri Phillips was published in 2013.  She lives and works in New York City and Mount Sinai, New York.

Opening Reception Saturday February 7th, 2015
Artist Talk: 5 - 6pm, Reception: 6 - 8pm
Closing February 28th, 2015

ONE Arts Center

72 North Champlain St
Burlington, Vermont
Open 12-5pm Saturdays

Curated by Margaret Coleman