Tied and True

If unusual weave and tapestry is your thing, join textile artist Mary Zicafoose at the Lied Art Gallery opening reception of her Ikat exhibit January 24, from 4 – 7 p.m., with a gallery talk at 4:30. Zicafoose’s solo will feature the ikat technique in a display of tapestries illustrating a new series of ikat-inspired […]

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Two for the Show

A two-person exhibit, Rachel Cunningham and Emma Westbrook contains work by both Cunningham and Westbrook in the form of acrylic painted clouds and mixed media creations, including prints and drawings. Cunningham’s inspiration comes from the constant movement and evolution of the sky through its color, texture and filtered light. Using the combination of three or […]

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Gallery Swap

Gallery owners/artists are often so focused on organizing shows for others that opportunities to show their own work are rare. Petshop and Project Project solved this problem by exchanging exhibits, that is, the owners are showing their art in the other’s venue. Project Project owners Joshua Powell and Joel Damon opened their show, What A […]

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Order Out of Chaos

(Editor’s note: This exhibit was incorrectly titled Order Out of Chaos in The Reader’s November issue. The correct title of the exhibit is Shimmer. We regret the error.)  How does one comprehend and balance abstraction among nature, chaos and  spirituality? Being present at the opening of Shimmer, the newest exhibit at the Michael Phipps Gallery, November 1, from […]

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‘Glimpses’

Anderson O’ Brien Fine Art gallery opens a new exhibition, Jane Booth: Glimpses  November 1, 2019, from 5-8 p.m. Jane Booth: Glimpses experiments with different points in time such as a fading past or a manifesting present.  Booth dove into art through ceramics.  Pursuing her “love of sculpture and working with her hands” lead her […]

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More Than Meets the Eye

Artwork is often experimental, whether it is an emerging artist picking up their first art making tool or medium, or an established artist trying a different method of creating. There is usually an idea in mind that the artist has for the final product, even if that idea is not immediately evident. This is particularly true […]

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‘Grass is Always Greener’

Have you ever been at a crossroads?  Did you ever need a moment of guidance before making your next move? Petshop Gallery offers just that sort of perspective with its exhibit The Grass Is Always Greenerwith artist Rob Walters, opening August 2, from 7-10 p.m. The Grass Is Always Greenerfeatures photographs taken by Rob Walter […]

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Experimental Portrait

The Little Gallery in Benson will hold an opening reception for Remixing: An Experimental Portrait Serieson August 2, from 6 p.m to 9 p.m during Benson First Friday. Remixing: An Experimental Portrait Seriesdisplays the work of Shawnequa Linder who works in painting, which can also be sculptural, and in photography. The show is a series […]

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