July 3 – July 28, 2019
I would like the viewer to experience the emotive quality of form. As well as color and shape, form contains feeling.
Congratulations to the prize winners of the 34th annual juried photo show!
Top row L – R: Faith George, Anne Dunford, Mauro Marinelli.
Center row L -R: George Underwood, Joe Ziolkowski, Ron Faris.
Bottom row L – R: Jade Cardichon, Jari Poulin, Mark Larsen.
Dennis’ metaphorical paintings and sculptures explore the psychological and bureaucratic structures that people create to order or disorder their world, while Ozolins’ realistic paintings celebrate the beauty and wonder of our natural world.
“Roots – Real and Remembered,” a show of sculpture and cross-stitched work by Eva M. Capobianco, will be held at State of the Art Gallery during May. The “real” roots in her work, Ms. Capobianco says, have been found on trails and roads near her home and beyond and they are combined with re-used bits of old furniture, glass and other objects collected over time. This series is a continuation of themes she has explored for years.
The “remembered” roots are memories from her childhood and youth, a new autobiographical series, stitched into both words and images. Not every piece in the show contains a root, she says, but this is the dominant connecting element in both series.
Wed, Jan 2, 2019 Sun, Jan 27, 2019
The January show features ten gallery members: Frances Fawcett, Jan Kather, Harry Littell, Diane Newton, Diana Ozolins, Janet Sherman, Connie Zehr, Mary Ann Bowman, Stan Bowman and Marian Van Soest.
Wed, Jan 30, 2019 – Sun, Feb 24, 2019