The Lamont Gallery presents “2016, A State of Mind: Boston Printmakers,” an exhibit featuring the works of nearly 150 artist members from The Boson Printmakers, working in a variety of techniques and styles to tackle some of the issues facing us today: energy conservation, wealth opportunity, LGBTQ rights, global warming, national security, immigration, animal rights and voter suppression.
TJ Walsh will open his studio and share new work during the Annual Art Along the Creek open studios and sale event at Heron Crest Studios in Aston PA. This annual open studio event is celebrating 10th anniversary in 2016.
Opening Reception: Friday, November 11, 4-9 PM
Saturday, November 12
Sunday, November 13
Saturday, November 19
Sunday, November 20
11 AM - 5 PM.
Curated by Brian James Spies, "Here We Are Now" is an exhibition exploring themes of contemporary abstraction. Pulling from both New York School Abstract Expressionism and Early 80s-Era Neo Expressionism as well as Pop and Contemporary Post-Internet Culture.
On view at Jed Williams Gallery in Philadelphia.
Transmissions features a selection of new paintings and works on paper from 2015 -16. Opening Reception Tuesday, September 7th from 4 -6 pm
Discover unlimited color by creating multilayered patterns on Japanese kozo paper with Akua Liquid Pigments during this two-day workshop. Participants will begin the workshop creating printed decorative papers that will then be used to cover their own hand made boxes. TWO DAY Workshop Saturday – Sunday, October 29 – 30, 2016
Stella Untalan, one of our tribe, is very excited to exhibit her 15-foot-long drawing, soundings : fifteen seven, and several smaller indigo blue field drawings. Marguerita's La Mer series of small sculpted organisms will dance with her soundings pieces.
Stella's fifteen seven consists of more than 50,000 handmade marks made by steel dip pen. Each dip of the pen and marks made probe the distance the ink will travel.
Recently published on YouTube, the video about artist, PD Packard's technique of Printing Decorative Papers with Akua Inks. Artist PD Packard takes you through the making of her printed decorative papers using Akua Intaglio and Liquid Pigment Inks.
It occurs to me that painting is a comment. Color, line and brushwork create a language - one that seems more knowing - a glance at the truth. No matter the subject matter, it is essential that the artist trust the color and line to create through them a soulful response and a trustworthy recording of the human experience.
Marie Elcin has a new fiber arts class available online at Skillshare. Visit http://skl.sh/2b8RwSk to sign up. In this class, Marie will show you how to select and edit images appropriate for embroidered embellishment, how to print them on fabric, how to do 6 simple embroidery stitches, and how to frme your final piece. Please join and share with your friends!