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Wonderfully Tactile: Virtual Artist Talk
Wonderfully Tactile, an exhibition in all three gallery spaces, featuring eight artists from across the state and region. The surfaces in this exhibition allude to the human haptic and optic senses.

Becca Barolli’s sculptures are made of steel wire to assert the potential for strength in what is considered women’s work and vulnerability in what is associated with masculinity and industrialization.

Adam Bernard applies a dot matrix to his abstract paintings using a piping bag, in order to conflate a mechanical process with one of painterly intuition.

Ann Finholt’s observations of the natural world are translated into gestural abstract oil pastel landscapes.

Mary Janacek is inspired by natural and unnatural disasters and how they affect the clouds in the atmosphere.

Stephen Maine tackles painting as he would relief-printmaking. Focusing on color relationships, surface, seriality, and the psychology of visual perception.

John Ralston V’s work accelerates and embellishes natural forms of accumulation and erosion.

Debra Weisberg’s mixed media monotype prints are inspired by the natural world ranging from organic roots and volcanic geologies.

Margaret Wilson’s painterly surfaces reveal figures from a blue color field, divulging a moment of unexpected amusement or disturbance.

Jan 21, 2022 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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