‘Eaux, The Water’ exhibit features three artists working in watercolor

“Untitled 21,” by Gregory Jamie.

Celebrate three Maine watercolorists featured at Cove Street Arts in the exhibition “Eaux, The Water.” Showcasing works by Marcie Jan Bronstein, Gregory Jamie, and Dudley Zopp, this exhibition is on view Oct. 7 to Nov. 27.

This exhibition features gorgeously rendered and thought-provoking paintings by three artists working in the unforgiving medium of watercolor. Shared medium and complementary palettes aside, the work in this show was chosen for a certain visual — and visceral — chemistry, but also for a pervasive sense of seeking. Of “trying to say” truths ancient and ineffable, available only in glimpses, and expressed through enigmatic imagery straddling natural and imagined worlds.

These bodies of work also share a sense of vulnerability vis a vis the overwhelming uncertainties surrounding the future of our nation, our planet, and every living thing. Nature’s duality, as a source both of grounding and of abject terror, is pondered to beautiful and fascinating effect.

Cove Street Arts is at 71 Cove St., Portland. Call 207-808-8911 or email info@covestreetarts.com for more information.