Time: December 2, 2010 to December 29, 2010
Location: Hosmer Gallery
Street: 20 West St
Website or Map: http://www.forbeslibrary.org
Event Type: exhibition, small works, photography, drawing, painting, collage, artist reception
Organized By: Hosmer Gallery
Latest Activity: Nov 17, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 11, 1-4 PM
Photographer Mark Majeski has printed newly discovered work from the 1970's as small images in 7 by 7 inch frames. Many of the pictures are hand tinted to emphasize visual composition.
Kristin Zottoli's work individuals who are blind or have low vision inspired her to take visual information and translate it into a tactile format in her art. Kristin's textured drawings are created without looking at the paper: literally ‘Drawing While Driving,' recording the landscape as she moves through it.
Susan Barocas creates plein air oil paintings in the style of the former Cape School of Art. This show includes landscapes done in all seasons as well as new work called 'mudheads': plein air portraits with the focus on the shape of a model, using large areas of light and dark color, and little or no attention to details or facial features.
Noelle Horsfield creates vibrant cut-paper collages that explore color, texture, and pattern. Her subjects include whimsical historical portraits, scenes from everyday life, and pets.