Monthly Archives: March 2011

Succor _ In Honor of the Life and Art of Jessica Beerli

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Succor _ In Honor of the Life and Art of Jessica Beerli

Succor In Honor of the Life and Art of Jessica Beerli Opening Reception: Friday, April 1, 7-10pm, free & open to the publicpart of the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk http://www.southfirstfridays.com Friends and Family Memorial: Saturday, April 2, 5-7pmFriends and family are invited to view Jessica’s art and celebrate her life in the company of others that knew her.  Please RSVP by email to Erin Taylor emargarettaylor@gmail.com or Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/JessicaMemorial Jessica Beerli (1974-2011), a talented young artist who died in a tragic accident, left behind a provoking body of work that shows the potential of a truly talented young woman pursing her art. Some of that work has been displayed here in a show that is as much a work in progress as the artist was herself. In addition to the finished work, some of the paintings on display are clearly early drafts, experiments in color and style…

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KALEID Feature Exhibits by Dotti Cichon, Kathleen Wolf

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KALEID Feature Exhibits by Dotti Cichon, Kathleen Wolf

Join us for our Featured Exhibits by Dotti Cichon and Kathleen Wolf at KALEID for the month of March. Dotti Cichon: The Grandeur of the Commonplace: Impressions of Europe two bodies of photographic work from a recent trip to Europe. The Grandeur of the Commonplace explores the incredible beauty of ordinary places such as train stations, shopping malls, shops and stairways in panoramic photographs that exaggerate perspective by having forced the camera to do things it was not meant to do. Impressions of Europe, work done in Paris and Les Andelys in France is an homage to the impressionist painters who attempted to capture “impressions” and not just copy reality which is something that, by definition, is a challenge to emulate as a photographer. Kathleen Wolf: Almost Edible This exhibition is comprised of several approaches to food painting: the earliest works represent visual recipes, the second is comprised of viewing…

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