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!
A solo exhibition curated by Gloria Garafulich-Grabois
Opening Reception | Friday, September 16 from 6:00 to 8:00pm
Journeys: Catalonia & Euskadi—a seriesinspired in both, the artist’s 2013 as well as her previous visits to Catalonia and her early childhood memories of her father’s family in the Basque Country
Bill Brookover will be teaching a one-day introduction to screenprinting in this one day immersive workshop.
Stella Untalan has created a series of drawings that are driven not by results but by process. Each of these drawings is made using the same ink, the same pen, the same unrelenting process. The results reveal themselves to be reminders of her walks and runs in the woods. The straight trunks making blurred lines that suggest motion, space, and time — a DNA image of being in the woods.
The installation consists of her drawings, sound by Lesley Tao Mowat, and a corrugated cardboard construction: [bar] by Brian David Dennis. Come experience being in the woods.
This event is an art exhibit featuring Philadelphia award-winning artist Teresa McWilliams Farina.
A variety of framed original paintings will be exhibited from representational to abstract subjects in sizes ranging from small (5x 7") to large (24 x 36").
The artist's style is impressionistic. There are paintings on canvas (and copper) in textured oils, pastels on textured surfaces, vibrant watercolors and experimental pieces in mixed media.
Two of Bill Brookover's recent Rotating Triangle collages were chosen as part of Main Line Art Center's 2016 Spring Gala Exhibition.
The Rotating Triangle series explores geometry, pattern, chaos and order by layering images printed in various techniques. There is strong contrast in color, value, and pattern between the two layers, following a subtle repeating pattern.
Rotating Triangles (Pink on Black) was awarded Honorable Mention by juror Sharon Ewing, Director of Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia.
Visible Obscured, a solo exhibition of gum bichromate prints by Laurie Beck Peterson, explores the symbiotic relationship between process and subject matter.
Opening Reception Sunday, April 3, 1-3 pm
Wednesdays 4 - 8 pm
Sundays 10 am - noon