Combining new techniques in kiln forming glass, this installation by Catharine Newell will feature dramatic wall sculptures of glass birds along with frit “drawings” and some unexpected surprises. This exhibit will open April 2 and run until May 25, 2013. The show will be in Gallery Space 2 http://www.davisandcline.com/Exhibit_Detail.cfm?ShowsID=230
Innovative reductionism is the best way to describe the evolving artwork of Peri Schwartz. This exhibition is essentially a snapshot, or a time-stamp if you will, of the artist’s continuing interpretation of her small studio environment. This exhibit will open April 2 and run until May 25, 2013. The show will be in Gallery Space 1 http://www.davisandcline.com/Exhibit_Detail.cfm?ShowsID=226
Currently on display, Gaelyn Larrick and Cathy Dorris have created pieces specifically for Taroko to complement the colors and Asian-themed interior. Cathy Dorris is featuring Zen Series Haiku art. Gaelyn has a collection of colorful Asian landscapes. Upstairs, we also have pieces from William Crowley. Cathy Dorris is a mixed media artist inspired by natural history and ethnic world arts. Her passion is in the journey of creating museum style pieces from ordinary and mundane objects. Gaelyn Larrick is a mixed media artist with passion in creating glimpses of our connection to something intuitively known but not always obvious.
During June, Cathy DeForest is printing four artists’ books on her etching press for the international project, Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here. The project is in honor of the ancient bookseller street in Baghdad that was attacked with a car bomb in 2007. Cathy is one of 260 artists from 24 countries whose books will be exhibited for two years in the US and abroad and then given to the National Library of Baghdad. Please contact Cathy for more details. July 14-15, Cathy and Mary Laird will offer a letterpress printing workshop using Cathy’s Vandercook printing press. The workshop is open to beginning and advanced printers. No previous printing experience is necessary to sign up for the workshop. Cathy DeForest Studio is located in a farmhouse just 5 minutes from Ashland. Visits, arranged by appointment, include demonstrations on antique printing presses and a tour of the book arts studio. Cathy’s most recent work includes: etchings, artist books, poetry pockets and a letterpress broadside featuring the work of Barry Lopez. In the past two years, Cathy’s art was bought by: Amherst College, Brown University, University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh, UC Santa […]