From July 25 to August 17 Jacqueline Unanue is featuring in:
50th Forever In Gallery and Online Exhibition | A 50th Anniversary Members Exhibition of Maryland Federation of Art | Circle Gallery
Image: Magical Journey I | 2018 | acrylic on canvas | 20”x 20” (51x 51 cm)
The Impermanence of Being, an exhibition in Gallery 1 of photographic self-portraiture by Sarah R. Bloom.
Elena Bouvier has two pieces: “I Am” and “In My Power, I Am Magic”
both photography / dye infused aluminum from 2017
THE WOODMERE ANNUAL: 77TH JURIED EXHIBITION
Saturday, June 2, noon - 4pm
June 9th, 3–5pm
Gallery Talk by Juror, Syd Carpenter
Keith had an 8 x 10 peice Spring 1 accepted for this project.
Four winners will each receive a 3 month long artist residency at The Barnes Foundation and a $1000 a month stipend for supplies. Artists were invited to create works inspired by the collection, and the public and a group of curators will select which 4 artists will receive a residency.
The sculpture of Christopher Smith is featured in this prestigious journal's spring 2018 issue that has the theme "Art of Cement."
Jodie A. Shull wrote the articles "Beautiful Contradiction: The Concrete Sculpture of Christopher Smith" and "Nature in Concrete," Sculpture Review (spring 2018), 8-14; 16-17 and 15.
Laurie Beck Peterson is participating in Let’s Connect at The Barnes Foundation, and her piece will be exhibited for 2 weeks May 21- June 4, 2018.
Photo is inspired by the painting A Group of Trees by Chaim Soutine.
In this workshop we'll start by making a simple accordion (concertina) binding with attached covers. Then we'll make a sewn multi-section binding that uses a modified accordion structure as the basis. If time permits, we'll begin a third binding. You'll quickly see that once you learn the basic concertina fold, there are countless ways to modify it in order to create new book structures.