Throughout our everyday rituals, things are in a constant state of change: technology, policy, the environment, and even our bodies, to name just a few. While commuting between two places or engaging with others, subtle shifts affect our experience. Whether apparent or understated, or even transparent, these circumstances alter the ways in which we view our existence. The exhibition, taking place at the Tannery Row Artist Colony present artists who explore these changes in a variety of different ways. The artists focus on conditions of transformation, including traits at which the tangible and intangible boundaries are questioned, even pushed.
Roxanne Hollosi's art is a process of engaged reflection. Her forms are inspired by the organic and hint to the Native American influences she observed as a child growing up in Pipestone MN. Hollisi's objective is to critique and observe the emotional and nonphysical connections that she experiences in and around me. "I layer and combine mark making, texture, color and form to create a visual rendering of the intangible. I approach my mark making as a visual vocabulary, a non-verbal communication bridge offered to invite and challenge the viewer to proceed into my work emotionally." Through a daily practice of art making, Hollisi searches for what makes an entity, feeling, idea or rhythm “Live”, and explores that in her art.
Exhibition is Free and Open to the Public
Tannery Artists participating in this exhibition will exhibit works that investigate the theme, STRETCH. In their own interpretation of this everyday term, "Stretch," will be approached through explorations that may include anything from everyday rituals or things that are in a constant state of change: technology, policy, the environment, and even our bodies, to name just a few. The exhibition, taking place at the Tannery Row Artist Colony present artists who explore these changes in a variety of different ways. The artists focus on conditions of transformation, shifting, and stretching, including traits at which the tangible and intangible boundaries are questioned, even pushed...STRETCHED!
Opening Reception 12-5 PM, April 12th, 2018-. Meet and greet the participating artists during this time.
Opening Reception Saturday March 10th from 5-8 pm
Exhibition Dates: March 10th - April 7th
Free and Open to the Public
Over sixty regional artists will exhibit works in this bi-annual Juried Exhibition. The Juried Spring Art Show will present: Paintings, Drawings, Mixed Media Art, Ceramics, Textiles, Photography and Digital Imagery.
This Year's Spring Art Show Juror is Donna Krueger, Owner, dk Gallery, Marietta, Ga.
Opening Reception, Saturday, March 10th from 5-8 pm
Mix and mingle with other artists and enjoy hors d'oeuvres and live music.
Show Dates are from March 10th to April 7th 2018
Free and Open to the Public
Second Saturdays at the Tannery Row Artist Colony 12-5 p.m.
Beginning in January, artists will be in their studios during the Second Saturday of every month. During this time artists are available to discuss their art making process, their inspiration, concepts behind their subject matter, and may answer any questions about their art. Many artists offer private lessons, accept commissions, and sell their works of art.
Open Studios is open to the public and is a wonderful time to connect with the artist and their creations at a more up and close and personal way.
Saturday Critiques at the Tannery Row Artist Colony!!
Need advice on how to improve your work? Want to hear what others think or feel when viewing your artwork?
Come out to the Tannery Saturday, Jan. 6th at 3:00 PM for a group critique.
Free and Open to the Public.