Seen and Liked: Keith R. Breitfeller, New Paintings at Abington Arts Center

Walking into the Kellner Gallery at Abington Art Center is a silent color explosion. Our favorites were the yellow paintings which were promises of the warmth and energy of Spring. 

Each of the paintings consists of brush dabs of thick pigment that obscure energetic underpaintings. Just a peek shows through the calm repititive quieting.

February 5 - March 29, 2016

Opening reception
February 5, 2016  6-8 pm

Coffee Break: February 13, 10 am

Seen and Liked : CALL IT an installation by Brian David Dennis

Brian David Dennis, installation
Brian David Dennis, site specific installation at Abington Arts Center
Brian David Dennis, site specific installation at Abington Arts Center

The gallery is occupied by a large curved wall, bulging into the space. The structure spans wall to wall, floor to ceiling. Built of hand cut cardboard, the surface recalls layers of sediment. Through the corrugation a dawn tinted light dapples the observer. Behind the wall, light glares through a barely distinguishable forest of vertical lines. Moving in front of the wall, your ability to focus on any one trunk is frustrated by the limited view.

Leeway Announces 2016 Artist Workshop Series

2016 Artist Workshop Series: Vision Planning, Working Groups, & Accountability  (presented by Leeway Foundation & ArtistU)

In this 3-part series, participants are encouraged to bring their major successes, brightest ideas, and biggest challenges as a means to fuel visions and strategic plans for the new year and beyond.  


Part I: Personal/Professional/Artistic Goal Setting 

Monday, February 1 | 6:00pm-8:00pm 

Damini Celebre relaunches her portfolio website with a new responsive design

Damini Celebre holding a gray card for photographing Five Seasons a large multipanel artwork
portfolio overview of Damini Celebre's artwork

We're happy to announce that Damini Celebre has updated her portfolio site to one of our newest responsive designs. Check out her extensive body of work and her upcoming workshops.

Lover of the natural worlds, magical worlds and inner realms, Damini Celebre has combined her three passions: Shamanism, creative arts (BFA) and healing arts (M.Ac.). She has skillfully woven what she knows and loves into a unique and powerful approach to awakening the creative self.

Her site includes several new features:

GOOD - BYE 110

Fairwell 110 CHURCH galley

It's bittersweet saying good-bye to 110 CHURCH. We've worked with incredibly generous artists and discovered a warm and giving community. We've encouraged artists to take risks and offered solo shows that have advanced careers. We're proud of what we have been able to accomplish over these five years, it's been an amazing adventure. 


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