We are pleased to announce a two person show of photography, collage and mixed media work by a mother, Rosalind Bloom and daughter, Sarah Bloom each exploring in her own way the transformation of something old into something new through art.
Saturday, April 11, 4-7pm
Saturday and Sunday 12-6
and by appointment.
Gallery closed Easter Sunday.
"The past is reclaimed for the present. Ephemera of times gone by are retrieved and then transformed by our thoughts, experiences, current perspective, and the creative process into something new and different. Bits and pieces carved out of earlier work spark something new. Art is about transformation; something that existed one way is reclaimed and becomes something else."
– Rosalind Bloom
"I am seeking to adapt to my changing body, mindset and circumstance as I age. I see myself as an extension of these abandoned spaces, using them as an echo of the push/pull of our identity as we age. There is light and dark, sadness and beauty, fear and acceptance, a folding into and a pushing out all at once. I am working towards reclaiming my place in the world and redefining my mid-life as one of transformation rather than crisis."
— Sarah R. Bloom
**If you cannot be at the opening reception or make regular gallery hours, please do not hesitate to call to set up an appointment. The artists have keys to the space and will gladly give personal showings any time. 610-715-1348**