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|Date & Time:||
Saturday, November 11, 2017
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
|Suggested Audiences:||Adult, College|
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38 Harlow Street
Worcester, MA 01605
|Cost:||FREE! Donations Welcome|
|Description:||November 11 - December 3rd, 2017
From Out of the West Six Pioneer Valley Artists
Alicia Blaze Hunsicker
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 11th, 6-9 pm
Open Gallery: Saturdays & Sundays, 1-4 pm
Closing Reception: Sunday, December 3rd, 1-4 pm
This Exhibit, "Out of the West 6 Pioneer Valley Artists" introduces the Worcester audience to six artists whose diverse approaches typify the vibrant art of the Valley. We are pleased to offer this bridge between two culturally rich areas.
Alicia Blaze Hunsicker creates paintings that reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things, fusing her interests in science, quantum physics, consciousness, and spirituality (www.aliciahunsicker.com).
Gary Niswonger considers painting to be essentially abstract because marks, colors or images stand for something altogether different as often as possible to be in the moment, completely involved in the object itself, slowly moving into and within the spaces of very complicated surfaces (www.garyniswongerpaintings.com).
Laura Radwell paints landscapes from the inside out. Non representational, her paintings conjure imagined spaces and places that are invested with emotion and feeling. She brings an abstract sensibility that celebrates color, shape, and texture (www.lauraradwell.com).
Marlene Rye's work explores her deep relationship with place (specifically the forests of Western Massachusetts) and invites viewers to look up, into and through the trees. Within these woods she uncovers reflections of her life and the human condition in general (www.marlenerye.com).
KC Scott works with the evocative quality of abstract images and a visceral response to the properties of materials such as the flow of wet on wet paint or the interaction of colors, resulting in high intensity works created with a simplicity of means (www.kcscott.com).
David Skillicorn's highly textured abstract expressionist works are a reflection of the natural world, skirting the line between abstraction and landscape. Through a process of of intuitive paint application and excavation, he says he finds a painting as much as he makes it (www.davidskillicorn.com).
FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC. Donations Welcome!
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Created: November 8, 2017 at 7:40 AM
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