SUMMIT, NJ - Opening June 10, 'Karen Fitzgerald 360⁰: Cosmic Landscape Revelations', featuring large-scale, gilded tondo oil paintings alongside watercolor landscapes as seen through a looking glass, is latest art installation at Reeves-Reed Arboretum.

The exhibition showcase Fitzgerald's unique vision and style, with the artist's sense of wonder and the witnessing of natural energy at the core of her work . Her unique, circular format claims independence from straight lines, offering the viewer a free-floating, unfettered quality. The use of gold , especially around the continuous edge of a painting or hovering close to the center, is a reference to the spiritual, like light emerging from darkness. 

'Karen Fitzgerald 360⁰, Cosmic Landscape Revelations' will continue on display at the Wisner House Gallery through November 3. All works are for sale and the artist will donate 30% of all sales to the Arboretum.

Reeves-Reed Arboretum is located at 165 Hobart Avenue.