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SPECIAL EVENTS



Sunday, October 27, 2013
Artists' Walk & Talk - Craig Kane, will discuss The Problem with Painting

 

 

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   Walk & Talk October 27, 2013
   Part 1

  

   Walk & Talk October 27, 2013
   Part 2

   

    Walk & Talk October 27, 2013
    Part 3

   

    Walk & Talk October 27, 2013
    Part 4
 
  

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Sunday, June 9, 2013
Artists' Walk & Talk - Liana Moonie, will discuss Scenic Memories

  
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Sunday, March 31, 2013
Artists' Walk & Talk - Henriette Simon Picker, will discuss A Span of Time

 

  

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Sunday, January 6, 2013
Artists Walk & Talk -
Patricia Avila, Marcia Marquis, Robert McBride, Marc Osborne,
will discuss Beyond the Gallery Walls: The Creative Impulse.

 
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Sunday, November 4, 2012
Artists' Walk & Talk - Ann Chernow & master printer, Jim Reed, will discuss
the artwork and the printmaking process for the current exhibition N O I R.
 
 
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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Artists' Walk & Talk - Anne Seelbach will discuss Trouble Waters
  

              
   Troubled Waters                      Gary Mamay               
     oil on canvas 2010                   photo credit
     26 x 26"



 
    

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Anne Seelbach Statement:

My work addresses the pollution that is in many of our water systems.  Toxic chemicals and industrial waste contaminate streams, lakes, bays and oceans. The “Troubled Waters” paintings reflect this conflict between the laws of nature and artificial attempts to control the environment. Gaskets and other mechanical shapes are incorporated into the paintings, representing human presence and industrial waste. Debris crowds the waters. Fish mutate into imaginary forms. A change is taking place as nature reacts to this disruption.


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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Artists' Walk & Talk - two o'clock


        Roger Dickinson                                     Patrick Kennedy

                     
          EARTH  24 x 21"                                                                                   BIG SPILL  4@ 12 x 12"
          weaving                                                                                                 encaustic painting


      
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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Artists' Walk & Talk - with artist Wilson Lawrence

 
  ABLATION 
39 ¾ x 19 ¾ x 9 ¼"  glass

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Wilson Lawrence Statement:

First I draw. Ink on paper is a good starting point for mark making on a plane, but drawing in three-dimensional space requires new materials and a new visual vocabulary. My pieces begin with the most familiar flat surfaces, the wall and the floor. On these planes I draw, dig into, and build out of, with a wide range of materials form traditional fine art to industrial. Light and shadow act as mediators between the physical forms I make and the images I create.

Working with these materials I try to create tension between geometric constructions and free form gestural marks. Shifting planes in space act as different perspectives. Real shadows cross paths with false shadows painted to move against the grain of natural light. Whether it’s geometry to structure fluidity, or fluidity to liberate the constraints of geometric forms, that is a dynamic to be interpreted by the viewer.

bAk&4th sculptural reliefs by Wilson Lawrence and photography by Gregory Vershbow
                                                




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