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When 10:00AM - 5:00PM
In-Site: The Creative Process in Plain View
Thursday, May 22, 5-7pm Free and Open to the Public
Main Gallery Hours:
Monday – Thursday, 10am–5pm
12pm-5pm on select Saturdays: June 7 & July 19
How inspiration and process figure in the creation of artworks can be mundane or mysterious, profound or perfunctory. Unlike other shows, this is not an exhibition of completed artworks. This display is instead intended to provide insight into the creative processes of a number of contemporary artists, each of whom presents pictures, objects, equipment, tools, materials and substances that relate to his/her own unique creative process.
Viewing this exhibition will provide a small glimpse, some tiny insights, into the workings of the artistic mind.
Artists in this exhibition:
Manuel Acevedo, Terry Boddie, Nancy Cohen, Kevin Darmanie, Evonne Davis, Dahlia Elsayed, Jerry Gant, Matt Gosser, Gladys Barker Grauer, Diane June, Jessica Lagunas, So Yoon Lym, Gail Mitchell, David D. Oquendo, Roberto Osti, Nell Painter/Meena Alexander, German Pitre, Babs Reingold, Joseph Gerard Sabatino, Kevin Blythe Sampson, Adrienne Wheeler, and Beth Whitney.
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