Date: 17 Mar 2017 0 Comment Uncategorized Posted by: urban-acupuncture
Photographs by TOM GRIFFITH
On display at Urban Acupuncture Center, Clintonville through April 2017.
Before becoming a yoga teacher and massage therapist I studied visual communications, photojournalism and, ultimately, Buddhist art history. I have had a lifetime love affair with the camera; behind the lens, always the observer in mostly silent contemplation....
New exhibition featuring quilts by Sara Deever January through February 2017
SANE QUILTS FOR A CRAZY WORLD
I stitch for self-expression and therapy. I love to play with color, stitches, line,
and texture. When I sit and sew, I find great comfort and peace. Often insights will
come as the needle moves in and out in a slow meditative way.
2-person show features fiber work by Kate Gorman and Gwen Surratt; show runs through December 2016.
I am a visual storyteller. I love stories; I love telling stories through pictures. I work in fabric because of the tactile and textural qualities inherent in cloth, and I do narratives because the story is a natural starting point for me. My background is in illustration and literature....
Natalie Hess – Artist Statement
By day I work as a graphic designer, and many times that skill-set flows over into my painting and printmaking through text or layout. This body of work, however,focuses on more abstract themes. I rarely had a subject in mind when creating these pieces. Rather, this work was driven by process and detail. I love learning new techniques, but my main goal isn’t...