Friday, November 15, 2013

Square Exhibit, artist's reception tonight

I have artwork in the Square Exhibit at the Core Gallery and the artist's reception is tonight. I had hoped to be there tonight, but I am not feeling well so will have to miss it.

Here is information on the show.

November 14 - December 1, 2013
Artist's Reception: Friday, November 15th, 6 - 9 p.m.

CORE Main Gallery

Juried by Anna Kaye
CORE's final open entry exhibit of 2013 offers thoughtful, provocative interpretations of a simple and common subject, the square. Local artist's submissions are highly creative with an imaginative use of materials.

"Closed System" by Bryan Bigley is a square composed of
copper pipe, a typical hardware store item them has been constructed into a whimsical sculpture that is intriguing with its colorful convolutions.

Bryan Bigley, "Closed System"

"Four Square Bare" by Judy Gould offers up a delightful use of mixed media creating a labyrinth of construction and depth of meaning.

Judy Gould, "Four Square Bare"

Sandy Friedman interprets the square in four separate
salt bisque ceramics that include "Plaque #3", a piece that
suggests an archeological fragment, yet it is as fresh as
if it were pulled from the kiln yesterday.

Sandy Friedman, "Plaque #3"

Four encaustic paintings by Lauren Lipinski Eisen entitled "Containment", "Plume Rise", "Crown Fire", and "Firelight"
offer the viewer an interesting composite of materials derived
from and encompassing nature. 
Lauren Lipinski Eisen,
"Containment, "Plume Rise", "Crown Fire", and "Firelight"
See how local artists interpret the "Square", in this open
juried exhibition.  

Our Guest Juror for Square - Anna Kaye  

Anna Kaye creates realistic drawings and paintings of the natural world. Having earned her Bachelor of Science in geology at Skidmore College, as well as fine art, she draws inspiration from her science background. In addition to studying geology, Anna continued her education at Yale's prestigious Norfolk program in printmaking, painting, drawing, and photography. She earned her Masters of Fine Arts degree at Washington University in St. Louis where she was awarded the Laura and William Jens Scholarship. Anna Kaye's artwork is a part of international and national collections including HGTV. She currently teaches at the Denver Art Museum and taught as a Professor of drawing at Metropolitan State University for seven years. She is represented by Sandra Phillips Gallery in Denver.

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