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Show Dates: July 5th to July 28th
Opening Reception: July 6th, 5-8PM
Artist's Talk: July 6th, 7:30PM
ANNOUNCEMENT: Opening Reception .
. . ARTIST'S TALKS
Beginning at 7:30 at the opening reception, exhibiting Artists will give a short gallery talk .
Main Gallery and Gallery D:
ARTEMISIA'S 7th ANNUAL MENTORSHIP EXHIBITION, ELEVEN
The mentorship program at Artemisia Gallery has brought together eleven exceptional and diverse emerging women artists for a year long program designed to assist the artists in the transition from school to professional studio practice. The culmination of the program is this exhibition featuring the work of:
Dawn Bennett: Photography
Ayana Evans: Sculptural Installation
Linda Fuelling: Installation
Jessica Patricia Keefe: Installation
Robbin O'Harrow: Printmaking
Pamela Paulsrud: Handmade Paper Installation
Karen Phipps: Painting
Julia Rooney: Painting
Nicole C. Russell: Installation
Jamie Lou Thome: Installation
Jessica Wright: Sculpture
Gallery A: BRIAN YATES
Yates' photographic work is informed by his education as a printmaker. His photographs often have several semitransparent layers and employ distinct graphic elements. His work is also informed by the 'floating world' of Japanese Woodcuts, and the photographs often convey the sense of 'floating' through a world of melancholy, apprehension, and acceptance.
Gallery B: LISA BULAWSKY
St. Louis based installation artist and printmaker Bulawsky is an Assistant Professor of Printmaking and Drawing at the Washington University School of Art. She describes herself as a "generalist and a blasphemist," working with both the reproducible democratic potential of printmaking and the individuality of mark-making. Her largest body of work, mixed media on paper, integrates printed images with collage and painting and drawing and is autobiographical in nature.
Gallery C: URSULA MCCARTY
Textile Artist McCarty's exhibition features new work including Play House, a large structure constructed of almost 1000 woven potholders that serves as a hybrid playhouse and tea cozy. Through humor and caricature, McCarty's work critiques the historical role of women in and out of the home. McCarty is a Senior Lecturer in Art specializing in Feminist Art History at Cornell College in Iowa.
*Gallery web site address http://www.artemisia.org
For additional information and press packets, call the gallery at (312) 226-7323