JEFF GOLA MALLORY LAKE SUSAN MIKULA RICK PAS
SCOTT PRIOR ROBERT SWEENEY MARGARET WITHERS
Carole P. Kunstadt will talk about “Between the Lines,” her show of deconstructed/reconstructed psalm books and other drawings, Wednesday, Oct. 1, noon to 1 p.m., at Charter Oak Cultural Center, 21 Charter Oak Ave., Hartford. Free
and Artist's Reception
EBK Gallery [small works]
218 Pearl St
Terry Donsen Feder | Paintings
on view: September 29 - October 11, 2014
art reception Saturday, October 4 6:00pm - 8:30pm
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1 p.m. Shauna Shane: Shauna will give a pastel demonstration working with an acrylic sponge underpainting
2 p.m. Peggy Dembicer: Exploring Contemporary Weaving with Paper and Beads. Peggy will demonstrate a variety of weaving techniques both on and off the loom. Equipment and material will be available for those who want to dabble.
3 p.m. Carol Ganick: Artist talk focusing on selected paintings from our 80 Days exhibit to encourage viewers, art lovers and students to consider paintings in a more in depth manner when seeing an art gallery show. Attention will be given to various aspects such as composition, subject matter, color, movement and application of medium.
October 7th - 11th
store opened on Pratt Street one year ago, and boy, are we glad we did!
To celebrate our Hartford love and local pride, we are hosting the most
awesome in-store pop-up events leading up to our birthday bash!
Art Guild of Middletown
“Off on a Tangent: Unique Techniques in Print On and Off the Wall”, opening in Washington, CT on October 11th, features the work of 16 artists who are exploring hybrids of print media in creative and unusual ways. These explorations parallel trends in other media where barriers and divisions between categories are blurred and processes have been dissolved and reconstituted in new ways. Images often combine prints, painting, sculpture or drawing in forms and materials that spread off the wall and onto the floor or ceiling.
|“Transcendence #1”, by Catherine Kernan, 30” x 44” woodcut monoprint, 2014|
These printers have also migrated images from paper to canvas, panel and fabric and in doing so, have added permanence and removed the need for protective glass. The constant invention of new materials and new technologies open up endless and ever evolving possibilities and the juxtaposition in this exhibition provides a fascinating dialogue of opportunity.