”Harmony and Contrast” at Highwire Gallery introduces a variety of works on paper with both Eastern and Western cultural flavors. The exhibit presents complex techniques and a simple and sophisticated blend of craft to art and art to craft. The idea of this exhibit came to Piety Choi, who curated the show and participates, when she visited Korea in June, 2012, and in October, 2011, to participate in the Ansan International Art Fair and the Incheon Women Art Biennale. Choi met a few talented Korean artists and realized that they were all using paper as the main material to create dimensional works. ... More » »
The other night I found myself in Old City for First Friday where I stopped by the 3rd Street Gallery, the Clay Studio, and the Rodger La Pelle Galleries. There were plenty of paintings, photographs, ceramics, and more to see, but here are some of the artists that caught my attention.
The Clay Studio‘s current exhibition, MADE AT THE CLAY STUDIO: WORK BY GUEST ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE, 2009-2010s features traditional clay works and also work of artists pushing the medium to new places.