I am honored to have been selected to show a series of recent prints at the Attleboro Art Museum, Attleboro, MA along with seven other artists. We were chosen from 60 applications. Since the space for the exhibit is quite large, the show is not crowded and the installation is beautiful. If you are in the area, the exhibit is well worth a visit – not just because of my work, but because the other seven artists are showing very skillfully executed, intriguing work! The show runs until the end of August, 2018.
As you can see, the prints that I am showing are a series of images of sticks and stones. I was inspired by the Japanese concept of wabi sabi, where the goal is to depict natural elements in a pure manner, yet with all the aspects of age, weathering, and nature’s idiosyncrasies.
Stephen Fisher is exhibiting highly detailed drawings where he explores light and shadows.
This is the sculpture of Deborah Baldizar. The portraits are of anonymous immigrants who came through Ellis Island early in the 20th century.
Tatiana Flis is exhibiting miniature drawings and sculptures of whimsical and precariously balanced buildings.
Functionally unrelated objects that are visually connected are juxtaposed in the paintings of Brian McClear.
Another sculptor, Allison Elia, creates figures in challenging poses.
Lorraine Sullivan works with found objects to create intriguing visual narratives.
And the photographer in the group, Fehmida Chipty , focuses on minimal architectural forms that display beautiful and subtle color tones.
I have provided links to the artists’ websites if you want to see more!