An exhibition inspired by the music of Chilean classical composers curated by Gloria Garafulich-Grabois
Sam Shaffer's series of seven large paintings is currently on view at Cella Luxuria though a special arrangement by Savery Gallery. This vibrant collection explores the boundaries between figure and abstraction, color and form, the painter and his paint.
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Garden Room Reception
Sunday, January 24, 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Cynthia Groya was born in Indiana and studied painting and printmaking at SACI in Florence, Italy, received a BFA from Drake University, studied intaglio, lithography and screen printing at Parsons, The New School. She recently completed a residency at Mass MoCA Assets for Artists in North Adams, Massachusetts. Groya has participated in over 50 group/juried exhibitions and 3 solo exhibitions. She lives in Princeton, NJ.
Lesley Mitchell's mixed media work Death of Orpheus: Rainbow Serpent has been chosen as part of a works on paper show at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Alumni Gallery.
Rainbow Serpent is one of her extensive series on the Death of Orpheus theme, all of which are mixed media works including intaglio or relief prints, monotypes. collage and drawing.
Jurors Anne Minnich and Sarah Hunter had this to say about the nine artist show:
Susan Richards, mixed-media artist, will be participating in the Bryn Mawr College Holiday Fair on Thursday December 3, 2015, from 10:00 until 2:00 in the M. Carey Thomas Library Great Hall. A variety of work will be available, including upcycled library card pockets, mini-collages, mixed-media works, and pieces honoring vintage books.
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.