This show comes from Katherine's love of painting the figure freely. The old Shaker song Simple Gifts says it best: "and when we are found in the place that is right/We will be in the garden of love and delight."
In this show, Katherine Kurtz returns to painting the figure, larger and more loosely than ever. Often monumental in size, the paintings nevertheless convey an intimacy and a tenderness.
An exhibition at Centro Cultural La Casa Elizalde, Barcelona, Spain of paintings by Jacqueline Unanue inspired by Chilean classical composers René Amengual, Eulogio Dávalos, Juan Orrego-Salas, Enrique Soro, Sylvia Soublette, and Jorge Urrutia in Barcelona, Spain
September 15- October 16 | 2015
Tuesday September 15, 7:30 pm
the General Consulate of Chile in Barcelona
Monday to Friday
10 am – 1 pm and 4 – 7 pm
Saturday: 10 am to 1 pm.
We're pleased to announce that Karen Fogarty will be showing work in the Annual Wayne Art Center Faculty Show.
This highly anticipated event showcases the talents of faculty of the Wayne Art Center. Held in the beautiful Davenport Gallery, this diverse show includes work from oil /water media to sculpture/ceramics. If you love art in its many forms do not miss this special event.
Karen has been teaching at Wayne Art Center for many years. Check out her portfolio website and her upcoming classes.
In this invitational exhibition Ways of Making, Laurie Beck Peterson will be exhibiting her alternative process photography, along with other artists who will also be instructing at the Goggleworks workshops this summer.
The Bridgette Mayer Gallery's 2015 Summer Show starts June 4th and will feature five new paintings by Tim McFarlane that will be making their exhibition debut! The new paintings that Tim is exhibiting in this show are part of a larger body of work exploring a grey-scale monochromatic palette using black, white and silver paint.
We're happy to announce that Nancy Barch our very first member of the tribe will be participating again this year in the Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Festival. Original works of art in the beautiful setting of Rittenhouse Square. Come speak with the artists about their works and how they do what they do!
Damini Celebre will be showing her piece, Summer, the Farm Project (2014-15) at the Smithville Mansion Annex Gallery. This show will feature artwork from the Preserved: Farmland Visions an art program and exhibition celebrating thirty years of farmland preservation in Burlington County New Jersey. 44 artists are representing 43 preserved farms throughout Burlington County.
The exhibit will run from June 11- 25, 2015.
Danielle Bursk's art is about accumulation and connection, concentrating primarily in drawing/painting and performance/video. She is known for her large-scale abstract ink drawings. Her work is primarily abstract and incremental; the accumulation of many small lines creating abstract forms that are suggestive of objects or landscapes. She relates her drawings to many things: nests, networks, webs, traps, nets, hair, vines, space, maps and more. Danielle's work speaks to the inter-connectivity of actions and associations.
Justin Bursk’s works are blatantly, playfully homemade. His work is the work of a tinkerer, exploring through doing. Where Price is rapid-fire crisp, and Manuse slow and poetic, Bursk is improvisatory, a series of “what-if” scenarios played out on his visual stage.
Also in this show Mark Price, Joe Manuse
Mount Airy Contemporary’s programming has focused on providing low key, high quality art experiences in an informal residential setting to northwest Philadelphia audiences.
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