This exhibition features two new collage works, “I’ve seen the world, Done it all, Had my cake now” and “Diamonds, brilliant, and Bel Air now”.
Join Lynn and I today at 2pm at Desotorow for a gallery talk on the grass. We will explain the inspiration behind our current exhibition “Tell Us Where We Are”.
“Tell Us Where We Are” features new mixed media works by Lynn Serulla and Rachel Evans. Referencing shared life experiences, each artist presents collage based pieces with meaning extracted from the personal drive to exceed satisfaction and achieve happiness. Themes of independence, shiny things, accepting love, and adventures culminate in a collaborative installation work that will both challenge and reinforce cultural stereotypes, and literally bring the gallery audience together.
Made possible the Exhibition Fellowship Program from Art Rise Savannah
Visit desotorow.org/exhibitionfellowship for more information
Yesterday evening’s open studio was a success! It was a pleasure to meet so many fabulous members of Jacksonville’s creative community. I enjoyed touring the CoRK Arts District studios in addition to attending Lily Kuonen and Tiffany Leach’s Open Studio at Clay and Canvas. The night ended in celebration on the rooftop of Black Sheep Restaurant in 5 points, an overall charming experience.
I hope to visit Jacksonville again soon!
I am excited to be the guest artist for the CLAY & CANVAS Open Studio Night this Saturday, April 27, 2013. Stop by 2642-6 Rosselle Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32205 from 5:00pm until 8:00pm. This event features new works by Tiffany W. Leach and Lily Kuonen and me. I have created two new paintings and two new ceramic sculptures for this exhibition.
This event is held in conjunction with the CoRK Arts District Open Studios, with music, treats, and special brews provided by Intuition Ale Works.
Read more about the CoRK Arts District here.
I have donated a new painting to a very worthy cause, the DREAM Project Foundation. You can learn more about “The Taste of Art” at Leoci’s Trattoria, where this piece will be on sale TONIGHT in this statement from the DREAM Project Foundation:
DREAM Project Foundation is an American non profit organization aiming to help end human trafficking through community development and aid. A global issue that has worked its way into local communities.
Join DREAM Project Foundation at Leoci’s Trattoria in Savannah, Georgia on Tuesday, March 26th for The Taste of Art. Enjoy an exquisite tasting featuring a wide selection of hors d’eovres, wine and beer. Plus a live performance by The Accomplices. Explore your creative side and bid on the silent auction which showcases local Savannah artists as well as hand crafted pieces from artists living at the DREAM House in Sangkhlaburi, Thailand.
Silent auction items include work from Savannahs finest artists including: Sam Bryer, Betsy Cain, Denise Carson,Thomas Cook, Lorie Corbus, Matt Hebermehl, Katrina Schmidt-Rinke, Lane Huerta, Marcus Kenny, Susan Laney, Tobia Makover, Juliana Peloso, Will Penny, Michael Porten, Christine Sajecki, Katherine Sandoz, Cedric Smith, Heather Lindsey Stewart, Meredith Anne Sutton, Dicky Stone, Elizabeth Winnel, Ikeda Feingold and more…..
Special tasting from Yaupon Tea and Avondale Apiary honey
Advance Purchase Tickets $45 per person or $80 for two. Tickets at the door $50 per person
On February 2nd, 2013, my beauty mirrors were auctioned off to support SCAD student scholarships. As a former scholarship recipient myself, I am happy to help raise money for others. This event has generated more than $1.7 million in support of SCAD students!