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New Haven Paint & Clay Club

Active Members Exhibit 2014

 

September 14- October 5, 2014

 

Opening Reception: Sunday September 14, 2-5pm

Awards Presented @ 3pm

 

May 14- July 20

Doll-Like
Curated By Paul Clabby and Debbie Hesse

and: Community Doll Collection

Opening Reception: Sunday May 18, 2-5pm

Lani Asuncion
Susan Clinard
Cara DeAngelis
Silas Finch
T. Foley
Mary Giehl
Tine Kindermann
Laura Marsh
Margaret Roleke
Joe Saccio
Kimberly Mikenis

Doll-Like brings together artists working across disciplines and media who integrate ideas pertaining to dolls into their artwork.  Puppets, marionettes, figurines, action figures and even living dolls are substitutes for our self, offering a vehicle to communicate and examine ideas about play, therapy, magic, ritual, spirituality, memory, scale, empathy, identity, gender and notions of beauty and idealized form. Subverting traditional ideas that we associate with this familiar emblem of our individual and collective humanness, this show aims to challenge our preconceptions and stereotypes.

Kimberly Mikenis, Video Still: Lost And Found.

 

January 26- March 9, 2014

 

Cityscapes

 

Michael Angelis

Jeff konigsberg

J.D. Richey

 

Closing Reception, March 9, 2-5pm

 

Read Allan Appel's Write-up of Cityscapes in New Haven Independent

 

John Slade Ely House launches its 2014 exhibition schedule with Cityscapes an exhibition of painting, drawing, and mixed media works by artists who document their environment. Participating artists are Michael Angelis, Jeff Konigsberg, and J.D. Richey. There will be a public reception for the artists on Sunday, February 2, from 2-5pm.

 

Michael Angelis and J.D. Richey find interesting points of view of the city in the course of daily life. Both either residing or working in New Haven they include plein air painting as part of their art making practice. Documenting a city under development and renewal they record the juxtaposition of highway construction, city, state, and federal buildings, churches, and residential buildings that intersect and layer in our visual space. 

 

In his “Drawings For Manhattan/City States” series Jeff Konigsberg draws and paints over digital prints of Manhattan. Some views in the work being aerial, others ground level, he envisions a city in the post Sandy hurricane period. His is an apprehensive view of the city, walled in with concrete, attempting to forestall the approaching destructive forces of nature.

 

 

 

November 17- January 19, 2014

 

Digital Ground

 

Holiday Hours:

Regular hours through Sunday December 22.

Open Saturday and Sunday December 28 and 29, 2-5pm

Reopen Saturday January 4th

 

Catalina Barroso Luque   Claudia Cron

Tom Hebert   Ken Lovell   Ken Morgan

Paulette Rosen   Paul Theriault

 

Digital Ground is an exhibition that explores the potential of combining digitally produced material in conjunction with traditional art practices such as drawing, painting, and photography. Use of recycled or repurposed materials as well as first hand production are included in the artists creative processes. Works as varied as Paulette Rosen’s scanned and drawn upon images of birds to Catalina Barroso Luque’s projected photo collage installation to Paul Theriault’s looping digital video works offer a survey of the ways artists are incorporating new technology into their art practices.

 

 

Ken Morgan, "VISUALTRICK#5", Digital Print

 

 

 
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