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Hooloon Gallery chooses Heavy Bubble

Hooloon Gallery in Philadelphia chooses Heavy Bubble
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We're happy to announce that Hooloon Gallery has selected Heavy Bubble for their web presence. We worked with owner and gallery director Michael Lieberman to get the site up and running. We also suggested the purchase an inexpensive image editing tool to make combining and cropping images easy.

We're thrilled to have Hooloon as one of the tribe.

From the New World : Recent paintings by Jacqueline Unanue

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Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Sunday, July 27, 2014

This series of recent paintings is mostly inspired by the Czech composers Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony From the New World, and Bedrich Smetana’s My Fatherland symphonic poems. Jacqueline has also been inspired by the Chilean composers Juan Orrego-Salas (Sextet for B flat clarinet, string quartet & piano, Op. 38, movement 3. Scherzo) and Enrique Soro (Danza Fantástica.)

Stella Untalan, Soundings at 110 CHURCH

Stella Untalan drawings in three woman show
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Saturday, July 26, 2014

Stella Untalan will be showing six drawings in the seriessoundings from which the exhibition takes it’s name. These were the catalyst for a work she made specifically for the exhibition which measures over fifteen feet.  Both Amy Ralston and Lesley Tao Mowat are contributing works that have been made in response to the drawing series.

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Joan McNamara : Coming Up for Air

Bell Gate by Joan Macnamara
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Sunday, June 29, 2014

In this collection of paintings, artist JOAN MCNAMARA explores familiar places with a new intimacy.  The surface is pierced as she dives into the water and swims through the reeds and rocks, COMING UP FOR AIR in the sun, then resuming the search.   The essence of an image is revealed with a clear voice.  Space is defined with a quick line, gesture, and the application of paint with large strokes of color.  Repetition of circles, lines and planes are stretched overlapped, juggled and manipulated to create visual vibrations that are uniquely personal.

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Katherine Kurtz wins First Prize with her painting Secrets at Goggleworks

First Prize Winner,  narrative, scraffito, child's eye view
Annual Juried Exhibition
Friday, May 9, 2014
Sunday, June 29, 2014

In the First Prize winning painting "Kitchen Story," Katherine Kurtz captures a sense of the sadness of childhood. Set in a kitchen as a toddler might view it, the vibrant reds and pinks of the painting are expressively countered by the scraffiti used to suggest both the figure of the child and an undefined mystery. Of 212 entries submitted to GoggleWorks, 79 works were accepted into the show and juried for prizes.

Kaleidoscope with Marjorie Grigonis

Kaleidoscope: Annual Associate Members Show, exhibition, philadelphia
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Sunday, June 1, 2014

Kaleidoscope: Annual Associate Members Show

Each artistic endeavor is a microcosm of ideas and shapes and colors, paradoxically limitless beyond its own borders. It evolves with time, with angle of tilt, with eye of the beholder.  Come join Associate Members of the 3rd Street Gallery as we explore the unbounded potentials of Kaleidoscope.


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