“Linden Frederick: Roadside Tales” at Michener Museum
“Sea Street,” Oil on Linen
Curated by Lisa Tremper Hanover, “Linden Frederick: Roadside Tales” will be on view at the Michener Museum in Doylestown, Pa. through March 2016. Framed by expansive and expressive skies, Frederick’s paintings of homes, trailer parks, rural roadsides, and motels capture an intense quality of solitude reminiscent of the work of Edward Hopper. Another notable feature is the magnetic quality of light, inspired by the hues and tones of Northern New England. The geometry of architecture, telephone poles, highways, and horizons creates an elegant sense of abstraction while maintaining the elements of realism. “Linden Frederick: Roadside Tales” is generously supported by Melinda and Ted Tally.