Here's what's going on
in my world right now...
current & upcoming exhibitions!
Flora and Fauna~Juried Exhibition, The Gallery @ Paragon, Phoenixville, PA, May 2019
Alumni Art Exhibition, Eisentrager Howard Gallery, UNL, Lincoln NE, June 2019
BIG GROUP/small works II, Higher Art Gallery, Traverse City, MI, November 2019- January 2020
Tiny Show 2, HEN HOUSE , Good Fast Cheap, Washington DC, November 2019
Love Hurts, SHOCKBOXX Gallery, Hermosa Beach, CA, February 2020
Celebrating the Genius of Women, Women in the Arts, Inc., Orlando, FL, March-April 2020
Colorful Explorations, Glenview Mansion, Rockville, MD, March 2020
A Hug or something like it
Hug Packets are live at:
Amy Wike reimagines hugs during the time of physical distancing. As it became clear that the outbreak of the novel coronavirus would limit human interaction, local illustrator and watercolor artist Amy Wike turned to art to process her feelings. “Before enough time had even elapsed for me to miss hugs, I knew that was going to be a big hurdle for me,” Wike says, and she “was trying to mentally prepare and figure out ways to combat that.”So she reimagined hugs through her project “A Hug or Something Like It,” which delivers visual interpretations of hugs as $20 care packages that Wike calls “Hug Packets.” The artwork is made by D.C.-area artists, who create 2.5 by 2.5-inch pieces in any medium. Some take the hug theme literally, like a couple embracing and kissing through face masks; others are abstract, like a collection of concentric circles.
Artist Angie Meche Kilcullen
Artwork "it's gonna be OK"
The Delaplaine’s National Juried Exhibition is an annual show featuring works in a variety of media by artists from around the region and nation. All media are eligible, including but not limited to: painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, drawing, installation, and sculpture.
May 2 – June 14, 2020 • Virtual exhibition –Physical exhibition POSTPONED; new opening date TBA
May 2, 2020 • Art Matters juror presentation (2 pm) –VIRTUAL; details TBA
Noah Smalls is the Director of Exhibitions and Collections Management at the Williams College Museum of Art in Massachusetts, as well as Gallery Director of the Upper Darby Art Gallery and Rush Arts Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has acted as design consultant and independent curator for numerous galleries and museums across the U.S. His mission: “To contribute to the ongoing transition of the museum field into one offering broader educational opportunities and expanding social impact.”
Angie Meche Kilcullen's work, "The Angel in Me"
The Delaplaine arts Center
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