By Mickey Mercier 
New Haven Independent

Nov. 18 is the last day to see the solo show of painter Kim Seltzer at the Art Collective Gallery in Rogers. Titled Love Conquers All, Seltzer’s exhibit blends religious iconography with mythological themes. “This collection is about the ripple of history and its mythic aspect brought to the present,” she says.

Seltzer is an accomplished painter who trained at the San Francisco Academy of Art University.  She was selected for three years in a row, through 2021, at the annual group show Everything But The Kitchen Sink at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles. She was the art director of EXIT, an art magazine in New York City. Seltzer’s fascinating, lustrous paintings are affordably priced, starting at $400. The Art Collective Gallery is at 228 S 1st St. in Rogers.

Read the full show review here.

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The painter Kim Seltzer at her solo show at the Collective Art Gallery in Rogers. Photo by Mickey Mercier/New Haven Independent.

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