Exhibition Nov 11 - Dec 9, 2017; Opening reception November 11th, 7-9pm
The elusive magic of the word, "luminous" is featured in artwork that is shimmery, sparkling, glistening, lustrous, & incandescent.
Juror's Choice Awards: Lisa Toby Goodman, Lynn Jaye, & Stephen Mangum
Gallery artists: Brandin Baron, Robin Becker, Laurie Borggreve, Kristen Brown, Ron Colbroth, Judy Doherty, Jennifer Ewing, Andrew Faulkner, Michael Fischerkeller, Cathleen Francisco, Xia Gao, Jenny Hale, Gary Hauser, Ginny B. Heenan, Blond Jenny, Eric Kelly, Arthur Koch, Michelle Mansour, Soni Martin, Katherine McDowell, Erika Morillo, Karen Olsen-Dunn, Robert Pendleton, Jenny Phillips, Juan Reyes, Katie Richardson, Anita Sagastegui, Mike Sonnichsen, Diane Szczepaniak, & Pep Ventosa.
Danielle Fox Juror's Statement
When I think of luminosity, I think of something that is glowing from within. A luminous glow evokes a sense of awe and wonder, as it suggests that a hidden source of energy is at work. Luminosity is not a thing in the world, but rather a sensory experience and emotional response. To recreate this kind of metaphysical experience with an object (and at their most banal, all the artworks in this show are objects, whether a painting, photograph, or sculpture) is, I believe, a skill of the highest order when it comes to art. Now mind you, western artists have been transfixed by this goal at least since early Byzantine painting, and since then many approaches have become very cliche. Unfortunately, when we see a trope used too often in art, the wonder and awe tend to diminish. I hope that the group I have offered presents diverse approaches to luminosity, including a variety of styles and media, while still feeling very contemporary.
Exhibition Nov 11 - Dec 9, 2017
Artist's Reception & Discussion Dec 9, 1-3 PM