|Under My Skin I, Encaustic and oil bar on panel, 16 x 16 inches|
Monday, March 3, 2014
The exhibition Surface Tension at Hunter Gather Project in Houston is up through March 10. Artists are Lydia Bodner Balahutrak, Jon Lee and myself. Hope you can come by the gallery for a visit before the exhibition closes.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
I am very pleased to announce my inclusion in the second featured exhibition SURFACE TENSION at Hunter Gather Project here in Houston this month. The two other artists are Houston artist Lydia Bodner Balahutrak and San Antonio artist/master printmaker Jon Lee. The reception is this Thursday evening (Jan 16) from 6-8 p.m. I hope you can come by.
Hunter Gather’s second featured exhibit, entitled Surface Tension, will showcase a variety of works by three different artists who each investigate layers – both visual and conceptual. Multimedia painter and collage artist LydiaBodnar-Balahutrak composes politically charged newspaper clippings on canvas, only to obscure them underneath layers of poignant acrylic imagery. Master printer Jon Lee creates subtle interactions between color, form, and surface using a traditional woodblock method on his own handmade paper. Finally, contemporary artist Gwendolyn Plunkett investigates the depth of encaustic, working in tones and marks that are suspended in various opacities within thick slabs of wax.
The opening reception in Thursday evening, January 16, from 6 – 8 p.m. at Hunter Gather Project, 5320 Gulfton, Suite 15, Houston, TX 77081.
My painting Silence was is included in Equilibrium: Art for the Changing World, an exhibition hosted by the Women's Caucus for Art at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago. Exhibition runs January 17 through February 27. Reception: Friday, Jan. 17 from 6-9 p.m. and WCA Artist Reception: Friday, February 14, 6-9 p.m.
|Silence, encaustic on panel, 12 x 12 inches|
About the exhibition: (Information below is taken from Woman Made Gallery announcement on their website.)
“Equilibrium: Art for the Changing World" hosted by the Women’s Caucus for Art, explores the tensions, demands and challenges inherent in living in a rapidly changing world. Included are works in all genres and media to express the multiple expressions of balance or its absence, ranging from abstract to representational, psychological to social, whimsical and poetic to political commentary. Entries were juried by Mary Stoppert and Beate Minkovski, WMG’s Co-founder and Executive Director. commentary.
Exhibiting Artists: Click HERE to see artist's work in the exhibition and read their statements regarding their entries.
Lynn Arnold, Carol Brookes, Cat Del Buono, Rene Culler, Lynn Dau, Sherri Denault, Hope Esser, Jean Fernandes, Helen Geglio, Laurie Hall, Beth Holmes, Martha Markline Hopkins, Hilla Hueber, Lisa Knoop, Beth Lakamp, Judy Langston, Lee Lee, Chandrika Marla, Hildy Maze, Penny McElroy, Sandra Mueller, Jennifer Murray, Brenda Oelbaum, Joann Perry, Corinne D. Peterson, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, Gwendolyn Plunkett, Margee Bright Ragland, Laura Phelps Rogers, Ann Rowles, Ellen Schillace, Carol Scott, Gail Stouffer, Patricia Terrell-O'Neal, Cynthia Tom, Jeane Vogel. Janet Frazee Wade, Elizabeth Wallace, Nancy Youdelman.