Watercolor like images of Marjorie Strauss

The Good Tern Co-Op Cafe Gallery in Rockland, Maine, will feature the ink wash photographs of Marjorie Strauss through Feb. 3. Strauss works in a variety of media: painting, photography and sculpture. She moved to Maine over 30 years ago to be closer to nature.

In what she calls “washed” photos, she runs digital photographs through a printer in a way that makes the ink to run. The images still seem keep their form, while the ink acts like watercolor bleeding. Then Strauss makes photographic prints of her washed images. Sometimes she adds pastel and other media to them.

The Good Tern is at 750 Main St. in Rockland. Call 594-8822 for more information.

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