EAST GALLERY AND PROJECT ROOM
6/19/15 – 7/12/16
stuff from Europe
Opening Reception: Third Friday, June 19th 6-10PM
Open First Friday, July 3rd 6-10PM
Weekend Gallery Hours
Workshop Dates: 7/1/2015 – 7/3/2015
Shemer Art Center and Museum
5005 Camelback Rd.
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“BOBO AND FRIENDS,” a retrospective of works produced by past and present members of Paint Co-Lab painting collaboration. The exhibition will also feature the boundary-pushing works of Phoenix artist (and Paint Co-lab arbitrator) Bobo Johns.
Featured Co-Lab artists include: Lee Brown, Deborah Butterfly, Edgar Fernandez, Linda FitzGerald, Jim Jeffries, Kris Manzanares, Mary Meyers, Daniela Moneta, Aimee Ollinger, Jose Rodriguez, Kasha Banko, Leslie Barton, Claudia Castro, Rachel Johnson, Bernardo (Ivan) Lopez, Al Merino, Jamie Pettis, Alan Pobanz, Rachel Santillan, Mary Shaw, Yvonne Tapia, Marco Turrubiartes, Davin Yant, Reanna Diehl, and Deborah Jimenez (John Randall Nelson).
Paint and prints: An experimentation of: bond, vellum and Mylar, the hand and the digital, Color black and white, Overlapping and shifting, Revealing and covering, Orderly and erratic.
A Poetic Walk-through Exhibition merging art installation, objects and video poetry to create an immersive experience for the viewer.
Adit’s Ode: A Modest revolt complicates the traditional narrative by suggesting an additional point of view through the poetic metaphor of Lot’s wife (Adit) as a visitor to today’s contradictory health issues. Buck-Hutchison takes a feminist approach through a revision of the main character’s story, leaving the viewer to draw comparisons and ultimately ask one’s self the question, “what if.”
Turner G. Davis
The exhibition “Stone Soup” is comprised of mostly new images and decorated found objects by Turner G. Davis. The title of the show reflects the diversity of mediums and the underlying themes of existential search for meaning and a yearning and aversion to clarity in the 21st Century. In the original story called “Stone Soup” a soldier convinces his unlikely hosts to contribute to an unlikely recipe. It is only through their (in this case the viewer) contributions that the result becomes, in fact, nourishing and of import. It is the hope of the artist to create an environment of pictures and objects that comprise the first ingredients of a larger collaboration and investigation.
2/20/15 – 3/15/15
Work in this exhibition will be new; some will be experimental and boundary pushing; some will be a bit different from our current practice. Members of eye lounge are pleased to present new work in our gallery in celebration of our 15 year anniversary.
Cherie Buck-Hutchison, Turner G. Davis, Mimi Jardine, Chris Maker, Constance McBride, Merkel McLendon, Abbey Messmer, Teresa Moralez, Ann Morton, John Randall Nelson, Christina You-sun Park
Third Friday, Feb 20th 6-10pm
First Friday, Mar 6th 6-10pm
Art Detour Reception Hours
Sat Mar 7th & Sun Mar 8th from 11-5
An exhibition of new work, artist books and paper sculptures
It goes without saying that a profound mystery lies behind the notions of space and time. We occupy space and experience time. The two are connected and intertwined for each of us. There is a connection between the structure of time dimension and spatial coordinates. As we see the phases of the moon from earth we experience and see the passage of time, directly connected to our physical point of view.
Working with simple repeated geometry, I have been exploring ideas of time and space. Paper is linear, two-dimensional, but through folding, creasing and cutting I have given this simple medium a three-dimensional form. I think of these sculptural collapsible books as representing space over time. In this exhibition I am using images of diamonds, cup paper books and cast shadows to create a metaphor of the passage of time.
VISION GALLERY | 10 E. Chicago St. | Chandler, AZ 85244
1/24/15 – 3/8/15
A retrospective of 15 years of work produced by eye lounge, in celebration of the 15 year anniversary of its start in 2000. Since its beginning eye lounge has included over 120 artists that have pushed the boundaries of contemporary art. Over 60 artists will be exhibiting work in this dynamic show!
Kristin Bauer, Logan Bellew, David Bradley, Betsy Bret Harte, Peter Bugg, Cherie Buck-Hutchison, Angela Cazel Jahn, Sue Chenoweth, Cindy Dach, Lee Davis, Turner G. Davis, Sean Deckert, Nick DeFord, Alison Dunn, Paul Elliott, Greg Esser, Andrea Evans, Daniel Funkhouser, Jes Gettler, Dain Gore, Steve Hilton, Christopher Jagmin, Mimi Jardine, Keith Laber, Carolyn Lavender, Aimee Leon, Chris Maker, Naomi Marine, Cheryle Marine, Melissa Martinez, Emily Matyas, Teresa Moralez, Constance McBride, Merkel McLendon, R. Eric McMaster, Abbey Messmer, Mary Meyer, Ryan Peter Miller, Teresa Moralez, Ann Morton, John Randall Nelson, Dianne Nowicki, Christina You-sun Park, Marcus Payzant, Crystal Phelps, Benjamin Phillips, Lara Plecas, Christy Puetz, Karyn Ricci, Cole Robertson, Marco Rosichelli, Rebecca Ross, Kris Sanford, Chris Santa Maria, Lisa Marie Sipe, Joe Willie Smith, Tom Stritch, Karolina Sussland, Kaori Takamura, Kate Timmerman, Lisa von Koch, Nic Wiesinger, Mindy Sue Wittock, Denise Yaghmourian
Four Fine Art majors from Paradise Valley Community College are showing their artwork in the project room. The students are all Portfolio students of David L. Bradley, Professor of Art at PVCC. The Artists: Alexa Heiser, Alexis Lieffort, Molly Burke, Gabriela Lundblade