Mariah’s drawing assignments

May 13, 2017 § Leave a comment

 

Here is a good start to Drawing this weekend. Positive and Negative. 

Fill it in with marker. 

This week @ Saranac Art Projects

March 19, 2015 § Leave a comment

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This week is a nice period of time for us.

We have Kate Vita and Nancy Hathaway showing work in the gallery.

Here is one of Nancy’s pieces. They are layers of work. Some if the image seems to be obscured from, maybe drawing. Part of the whole is the hand made paper, with inclusions.

We love looking at them, and thinking about what is going on as Nancy ,makes the pieces. A recurring question is what the layers suggest. Sometimes, they seem like Chinese scroll paintings. The middle passages between dramatic scenes. Or maybe they are references to Turner’s paintings and his romantic quality. Maybe after the images have been filtered through our contemporary experience.

Well:

This week, we have some delightful folks sitting the gallery. You can muse with them as you look at Nancy’s images.

Thursday: Hannah sits from noon to five pm.

Friday: Dan McCann sits from noon to four, and is followed by Lance.

Saturday: Margo Casstevens and Kurt Madison sit the gallery.

Everyone would be great to visit with while you are in the gallery.

Tell us what you see in Nancy’s paper constructions!

And just across the hall is the Saranac Pub, too.

Kate VitaPortrait

Last Two Days of Show!

November 26, 2014 § Leave a comment

Flower tag mandala

The only two days left to see this work are Friday and Saturday!

Bradd’s work is very temporary, and it will all be packed back up and put into the plastic containers. Next time, it’ll be completely different.

But you only have Friday, and Saturday from Noon to Eight to see the work!

John's Desk

 

Check out Bradd’s drawings

November 14, 2014 § Leave a comment

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Bradd has a wall of amazing drawings. It looks like a collection of work for the past year. But it also looks like longer too.
It’s delightful.

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Another piece by Mariah

July 31, 2014 § Leave a comment

We would love to have you come and say far well to Mariah Boyle!

We are sorry to see her leave our Project space, but she has been a trouper in commuting from Oregon to sit the gallery this spring and summer. As fall and winter approach, we all know how travel can become a struggle. Mariah will be misses. Her drawings are wonderful.

Come send her off and see what she has dropped off for us to see.

Pieces

Pieces

Opening on First Friday!

July 31, 2014 § Leave a comment

 

Boyle

Boyle

We would love to have you come and say far well to Mariah Boyle!

We are sorry to see her leave our Project space, but she has been a trouper in commuting from Oregon to sit the gallery this spring and summer. As fall and winter approach, we all know how travel can become a struggle. Mariah will be misses. Her drawings are wonderful.

Come send her off and see what she has dropped off for us to see.

What do you think the window looks like, NOW?

July 10, 2014 § Leave a comment

Window

This image is from the weekend after the opening of our current show.

Otis Bardwell covered the window with clay, and drew in the clay by pushing his fingers into the moist clay. The bricks are also drawings.

And, if you look closely, Otis made an Ampersand in the clay. You can see the contrast between the brick outlines and swirl in the clay in contrast to the finger marks.

It’s a nice compliment of organic material’s lines in frames of bricks, and then the human marks producing the human mark of language.

We will keep this short, and cut it here, because we can see a rhetorical investigation looming ahead, like a deep cliff of interest.

We will be back soon from this fall into a reverie.

Come visit!

Sitters this week

July 10th – 12th

Thursday: Lisa Nappa from noon to 5:00

Friday: Lance from noon to 4:00

Hannah from 4:00 to 8:00

Saturday: Nancy from Noon to 4:00

Roger from 4:00 to 8:00

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