Creative Synergy - Deconstructed presents a behind the scenes look at the process of creating professional and impactful works of art. This exhibit is curated by NWTC Artisan center and is open to the public March 3-30th 2017. Artist Reception will be held Thursday march 9th from 5:30-7:30 with opening remarks at 6:00pm
"The circle is the synthesis of the greatest oppositions. It combines the concentric and the eccentric in a single form, and in balance.” – Kandinsky Art is commonly seen from within a rectangular or square frame – even a frame within a frame as we view art via a computer, television, or theatrical stage. And yet, the circular form is a constant presence in nature, mathematics, music, art, and science. Artists who work using a circular form ask us to view the world differently – as an infinite rather than linear universe. On display February 3-26. Opening February 3rd, 5-8pm
Works chosen from the annual UWGB student juried show. Artists participating are Pauline Balza, Amber DeValk, Gerald Ernst III, Brianna Fischer, Adam Fulwiler, Trent Graubner, Emma Hitzman, Christa Lewin, Hailey McDermott, Maureen Mercier, Jonathan Nuncio-MacDonald, Megan Novak, Dian Haines, Cassandra Raymond, Blair Wautlet, Heather Schroeder, Adrianna Shuler, Amanda Wiesman, and Katlyn Hansen On Display Jan 3-28th. Artist reception Fri Jan 27th 6-9pm
I started drawing and painting as early as grade school. My relationship with art has grown and expanded to many genres. Recently, I have been working with mixed medium such as magazine and acrylic. By marrying these two types of mediums I created a new style of Pop Art.My artwork is greatly influenced by pop culture. I am interested in how we are ruled by a mass marketed society and how we are caught up in the lives of celebrities. So I started to ask the question- what makes us so obsessed with the glamour today? My work leans toward...