Exhibition extend through March 8. 2016
InLiquid presents Insects Too Lovely To Repel at River’s Edge Gallery, featuring the work of PD Packard. Working intuitively with imagery and language, Packard’s unique artwork is a personal exploration of the natural world. Packard combines printmaking techniques of drypoint etching, embossing, and relief with painting staining, and dyeing to create works of ephemera and contemplation.
Susan Richards, a mixed-media artist, will be exhibiting a new body of work that incorporates collage, monoprints, found objects, and water color in unexpected jutapostions. Counterpoint: A Visual Duet is together with photographer Melvin A. Chappell, at The Center on the Hill, The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill.
All are welcome to the opening reception on First Friday, November 6, 2015, 5:00 - 7:00 pm, with artists talks at 6:00.
Joint open studio event at Mill One, a cool warehouse/studio space in Hamilton NJ, 5 minutes from the famous Grounds For Sculpture. New and existing work by artists Cynthia Groya and Ruthann Perry will be featured in their studios, open to the pubic for the one evening only! Wine and snacks and music will also be on hand.
Questions? Contact Cynthia at firstname.lastname@example.org or 267.738.1592
Assemblage Exhibition, Common Ground: Singular Visions opens at the Wayne Art Center Sunday, Oct 18, on view through November 21
Lesley Mitchell will show paintings from her recent A Maze Ing series as part of Common Ground: Singular Visions, opening this Sunday at the Wayne Arts Center in Wayne PA.
Lesley Mitchell will show a new series of acrylic paintings on panel and works on paper, entitled A Maze Ing. Her studio will be open to vistors as part of POST (Philadelphia Open Studio Tours)
The show will be open Saturday, October 3 and Sunday, October 4, from noon to 6 pm. Each day, Mitchell will give a painting demo at 2 pm in the 3rd floor art studio and a walk-through artist's talk at 4 pm in the 2nd floor Gallery
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.