August20 - September 26
This is a show about Movement.
The movement of figure and form.
Movement within nature.
for social and political change.
The concept of movement and the expression of ones perceptions of it.
"A body at rest remains so unless some force acts upon it"
Sir Issac Newton
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Entry deadline August 5th
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So what have you been up to? Quarantine Creations will be our first submission based exhibition following the shut down and it will be fast paced for shortness of time. Submission fees are waived for this show. Up to 3 works per artist. Open to all mediums. Submission deadline is June 22nd. Notifications of accepted work the 23rd. Artwork to be delivered June 22-27th . Show opening will be held over the Fourth of July weekend.
Postponed to May 2021
Small works 12 x12 or smaller
Opening Reception to be announced.
May is the month that we celebrate our mothers and their unwavering belief that their little ones will grow to greatness, that their beauty will be appreciated by others. That the world will see in them, all that they are and can become.
We will celebrate that devotion by dedicating a show to The Little Ones. Great works come in small packages. Salvador Dali’s “Persistence of Memory”, arguably his most famous painting, is only 9 X 13. William Blake’s “The Ghost of a Flea” is 8 x 6. The Faberge Eggs range in size from
3 to 5 inches. Boundaries are meaningless.
for Sacre Bleu to be announced
Postponed due to Coronavirus .
New Dates to be announced.
“How do you know, when you think blue — when you say blue — that you are talking about the same blue as anyone else?
You cannot get a grip on blue.
Blue is the sky, the sea, a god’s eye, a devil’s tail, a birth, a strangulation, a virgin’s cloak, a monkey’s ass. It’s a butterfly, a bird, a spicy joke, the saddest song, the brightest day.
Blue is sly, slick, it slides into the room sideways, a slippery trickster.
This is a story about the color blue, and like blue, there’s nothing true about it. Blue is beauty, not truth. ‘True blue’ is a ruse, a rhyme; it’s there, then it’s not. Blue is a deeply sneaky color.”
― Christopher Moore, Sacré Bleu: A Comedy d'Art