The second exhibit in the Art in the Information Age series, Songlines, opens September 4 at Point.B Studio in Port Orford, Oregon. In traditional aboriginal culture, songlines are paths followed by a knowledgeable person (or "creator-spirit") who navigates the land by repeating the words of the song chanting the location of landmarks, waterholes, and other natural phenomena.
Abstract artists Carol Wisker and Howard Brunner will present new paintings and new digital prints at the Smile Gallery.
This show is the couple’s first exhibition together as well as Brunner’s return to creating images generated from his inner vision. Howard, who is well known for his abstract urban photography, says of his latest work: ”In my photography work I go looking for pertinent visual experiences while in this new body of work I can build internal experiences that are hopefully moving and emotionally engaging”.
NEW OIL PAINTINGS
March 31 – May 2, 2010
April 11 2 – 5 pm
April 2 12 – 9 pm
12 – 5 pm
52 N. 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215 625 0993
painting: Black Box, 48" x 48", oil and pastel on canvas
In Your Dreams
June 11 – September 11, 2009
50 Philadelphia artists showcase work related to dreams.
The Legacy of Leonardo
This mult-media exhibition features the work of thirty two artists who are inspired by the life, art, and science of Leonardo daVinci. Carol Wisker received First Honorable Mention for her sculptures interpreting the idea of “machine”, one of Leonardo da Vinci’s many passions.
Heavybubble artist Carol Wisker has one of her mixed media pieces in another juried show! Her mixed media piece is named for the Goddess Kali Ma. Kali Ma has many interpretations. Come to the artist reception and chat with Carol about her interpretation.
Join Heavy Bubble artist Stella Untalan and 28 other artists in this Invitational Group Show for their opening and reception this Friday! The show continues through August.