“These paintings are rooted in graphology and semiotics, and begin as mere words. The form the text assumes responds to the content of the phrase; sometimes it is measured and precise, sometimes it’s scrawled and imperfect. They are meant to be seen in sunlight, under ultraviolet light. These works allow the viewers to control their experience: what is illuminated, what is unearthed, what remains buried or unexamined. This experiential series demonstrates the subjectivity of perception, the impossibility of a shared and common vision, and the deficiencies of language – its potential for vacuity, arbitrariness, and incomprehensibility.” -Sarah Clough
Opening on Friday, March 24, 2017, 7-8:30 pm, and on view through April 13, 2017
Gateway Building, 1601 W. Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore MD 21217
For more on the artist, visit www.sarahclough.com
“Elemental, universal, sustenance, beautiful, dangerous, the river and the woman merge and become one entity. Sharing a deep passion for the River Woman, our artists express their awe while raising awareness of the fragility and the amazing resilience of the rivers in our lives. “ – Nancy Cohen
This exhibit will feature new work by Nancy Cohen, Fritz Horstman, Ellen Kozak, and Kathleen Vance.
Opening of the exhibition River/Woman at ODETTA Gallery in Brooklyn on Saturday, March 18 from 6-8pm with an artists talk at the gallery on Sunday March 26 at 3pm.
ODETTA Gallery is located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, at 229 Cook St.
Additionally, Fritz Horstman was recently in conversation with MIT Geophysicist Daniel H. Rothman at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum about water flow through natural landscapes.
Chesapeake Gallery at Harford Community College in Bel Air, MD presents “Poems from the Mountains”, a new series of paintings and poetry by Bart O’Reilly.
O’Reilly states: “The work comes from impulse. A desire to capture something as quickly and effectively as possible before moving on to the next set of unknowable circumstances. Not to act on the impulse means the next day the painting or the poem will be something entirely different. This is why most of these paintings and writings are the result of one intensive session. They are intricately bound up in the now, the instantaneous, the desire to articulate, the personal, perceptions of the external and the potential mixtures of all of these intensities. Forget and remember their original intention, then leave a door open for the next moment, always in a state of becoming.”
Chesapeake Gallery at Harford Community College is located at 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015
Opening reception and poetry reading on Thursday, March 9 from 5:30-7:00pm.
Exhibition on view through April 2, 2017.