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November 2, 2012
It's November show time!
Lots of amazing group show gearing up for the holiday season. It's November already!!
Reynolds Fine Art
is pleased to present
Artist Reception: Friday, November 2, 5-8pm
Daphne Taylor, Triangle Series #2, Linen, silk fabric fragments, hand embroidered
Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present The Line, an exhibition that examines the purpose and life of drawing in relation to art making. This group exhibition will feature the work of twelve different national artists whose use of the medium in this context broadens the boundaries typically associated with its name.
Ranging from studies to full completion, all pieces are works of art. From realist to abstract expressionist, these drawings are evidence of the flexibility and transformative nature of drawing. Whether it be through the use of graphite, ink, metal point, pastel, or even embroidered thread, each artist in this exhibition has offered their interpretation of The Line in their own way.
The artists featured in this exhibition are Dennis Angel, Anna Held Audette, Cathi Bosco, Jane Catlin, Beverly Gardner, Robert Reynolds, Geoff Silvis, Rick Stevens, Daphne Taylor, Sandra Vlock, Susan Weinreich, and Injoo Whang.
Currently on exhibit
for the month of November
in the Gilbert Gallery at Miss Porter's School
are works by
The show includes some drawings made with walnut ink and glass pen, etchings,
The reception will be Saturday, November 3rd from 6 to 8 pm.
Ninon was born in Keene, New Hampshire and studied at the Boston Museum School.
She has recently exhibited at the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, Mass.
For more information please call 860 409-3701 or 860 418-9557
Edge walnut ink drawing on rag paper 22 X 30" 2012
Ceramic work by fall semester Prescott Visiting ArtistAlison Evans is currently on exhibit through November 14, 2012 in the Donaldson Gallery in the Olin Arts and Science Center at Miss Porter's School.
Alison will be giving an assemblyslide talk in the Hacker Theater on November 14 from noon until 12:45 p.m. followed by a reception in the Donaldson Gallery.
She will bein the Olin ceramics studio and gallery on Tuesday, November 13 from 4:30-7pm. and givingdemonstrations and workshops in Susan Reeder Moss' classes on Wednesday morning, November14.
Special thanks to Susan for all of her work preparing for and setting up this exhibition and to Kate Windsor for suggesting Alison to us.
Artist Alison Evans transforms the natural shapes of coastal life into dinnerware and tabletop accessories. Her work is hand molded and hand glazed, making each piece unique. Alison graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and worked for admired artist Katy Schimert in New York before opening her first studio in East Boothbay, Maine. Over the past ten years, AE Ceramics has grown thanks to partnerships with retail stores around the US, England, Canada, Australia and the Virgin Islands. The AE Ceramics Gallery is now located in the historic village of Yarmouth, Maine, where Alison’s husband Chris handles business fundamentals and she focuses on design.
new: join us november 14th in the clubhouse gallery
Author and artist Paul Dorrell will discuss his Book, Living the Artist’s Life: Updated & Revised, and conduct an abbreviated version of his career workshop, which will be accompanied by a handout.
A booksigning follows the presentation. Free and open to the public.
Farmington Valley Arts Center will be open this weekend for first Saturday Open Studios 10-4. Then save the date for their special Candlelight Event and holiday weekend hours. You'll find me in studio 6B