By Cole Tracy Belmont, Mass. — “Port of Entry,” Carol Wintle’s solo show at the Massachusetts Audubon Society of Belmont, is eclectic and surprising. An artist, psychologist and writer, Wintle incorporates this and many more facets of life in her emotional style of collages. Unlike most people who produce art, she is not tied down by the singularity of one style, concept or approach. The show is didactic in a celebratory way; the collage medium was tested in all facets in this two-room exhibit. The pieces were selected from over five years of work, and do not have an overarching theme. Arriving at the first wall, going clockwise (the artist’s husband informed me) are four pieces created throughout a cold spell (“Today’s Outlook”). In each, she uses a specific color to get at her emotional and physical state; she paints over the cutouts and creates intimate indoor spaces, which … [Read more...] about Carol Wintle: Port of Entry at Habitat Art Gallery, Belmont, Mass.