Gallery hours: As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to permeate every aspect of our lives, we recognize the need to take preventative measures in order to ensure the safety of our staff, our artists, and our patrons. While the gallery remains closed, we will offer online versions of our exhibitions whenever possible. For inquiries please contact Carla Massoni – 410-778-7330, text 410-708-4512, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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March 3, 2006 - March 31, 2006
First Friday Reception, March 3 from 5 – 8 PMGallery Open House, Saturday March 4 from 10-5The word “kaleidoscopic” suggests lines forms, colors and textures shifting from one set of relations to another; forming extremely complex and varied patterns. The works of art in Kaleidoscopic reflect this reality.
In the process of making art, the artist can be seen as metaphysician, as alchemist capable of transforming and transcending materials and objects. Artists endow material with magical powers and properties that transform matter into art and into a valuable spiritual commodity.
It is important to remember that abstraction is a language. The language of color, space and form is universal and aims at all of mankind. Abstraction is about faith, about suspension of disbelief; it’s about the unknown, and making visible the invisible.This is the nature of and challenge inherent in making art.Elizabeth DaCosta Ahern, Bob Creamer, Reed Dixon, Alex Grant, Mark Hatfield, Karen Hubacher, Edda Jakab, Rebecca Kamen, Catherine Kernan, Esther Levy, Celia Pearson, Trudy Kraft, Mitch Lyons, Larry Schroth