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EXHIBITIONS

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THE VETS  GALLERY

1 AVE OF THE ARTS, PROVIDENCE, RI 

September 16th – November 1st, 2019

We live in a complex digitally dependent world and at its core is a very simple system. Binary, a base 2 number system is made up of only two numbers: 0 and 1. This number system is the basis for all computer code, used to write the instructions that computer processors use. This binary framework lies behind all of our mass media communication systems and provides the foundation for our globalized world, including the digital text you are reading now. Ideas are increasingly presented to us in a binary format, however in a living system as complex as our globally connected world, problems and solutions rarely fall neatly into an either/or format.

JONES GALLEY

1717 WALNUT ST, KANSAS CITY, MO

October 2nd - October 24th, 2019

Art for the Animals
Kansas City Zoo Benefit Group Art Show

D'ART CENTER

740 DUKE STREET, NORFOLK, VA

March 9th - 30th, 2019

Persistence: A National Exhibition Celebrating Women's Empowerment
Opening reception 3/14/19 5:30p-7:30p

MATTATUCK MUSEUM

144 WEST MAIN STREET, WATERBURY, CT

January 20 – February 28, 2019

MIXMASTER @ The MATT 2019
Juried Members Exhibition

THE VETS GALLERY

1 AVE OF THE ARTS, PROVIDENCE, RI 

September 14th - December 1st, 2018

Images have power to convey ideas across languages and cultures. Images can stand alone without relying on a literal translation. Today our visual fields are filled with imagery (television to Instagram) and a literate mind unconsciously reads text without considering it. You don’t have to tell yourself to read a stop sign – you just do. From road signs and graffiti, to pop-up ads and text messages, we are constantly and instantaneously ingesting language and its message. How does the involuntary practice of reading, translating, influence the artistic practice?

Parsing Sign and Image sought submissions that consider the influence of letters, text, signs and language.

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ARTSPACE

NEW HAVEN CITY WIDE OPEN STUDIOS - ALTERNATIVE SPACE

YALE WEST CAMPUS

410 WEST CAMPUS DR., ORANGE, CT

October 26th - October 28th, 2018

The Alternative Space Weekend sets New Haven’s CWOS apart from other open studio weekends by offering artists from across Connecticut, and those who are interested in creating site-specific works, a unique backdrop to showcase their talents.

For the first time, Alternative Space Weekend will take place on Yale West Campus along the Orange/West Haven line.

THE ELLINGTON-WHITE CONTEMPORARY GALLERY

113 GILLESPIE ST., FAYETTEVILLE, NC

August 8th - September 22nd, 2018

"Immersed In Abstraction"

 THE EXHIBITION: Abstract works can range from an abstracted interpretation of a person, place or thing or nonobjective works (works which do not depict a recognizable subject, instead the artist relies upon only the elements of art and design or process to create meaning). Historically, abstract artists strive to allow the viewer to interpret each artwork's meaning in their own way.

"Of all the arts, abstract painting is the most difficult. It demands that you know how to draw well, that you have a heightened sensitivity for composition and for colors, and that you be a true poet. This last is essential." –Wassily Kandinsky. 

6 BRIDGES GALLERY

77 MAIN ST, MAYNARD, MA

July 10th - August 11th, 2018

Art transcends. It ignites our senses, arousing our inner-most thoughts and feelings.  It nourishes humanity and connects us to the world in which we live. 
The works speak to “The Power of Art” from artists in the New England Region.