Sunday, September 19, 2010

Here is one image of Gabrielle Meyer's camera obscura project she did last weekend.  Gabrielle is Studio A.I.R.'s latest artist in residence in Lowertown Paducaha.  

At the Yeiser Art Center-
A sense of mystery is inherent in an exhibition of paintings by Anne Bagby and prints by Christina Bartsch at the Yeiser Art Center. Bagby’s paintings explore the relationships we have with the world and with ourselves and with who we want the world to think we are. Bartsch’s etchings are about socialization of children and the process involved when young children are becoming aware of society and learning how they are expected to behave.
Working in structured formats, Bartsch juxtaposes graphically drawn objects using bold lines beside organic, imaginary space.
Bagby’s paintings play with the boundaries between design and texture.
The Art Club has also gotten national recognition and is now affiliated with the National Honors Art Society.  Get those posters up advertising your position for officers!!!  
So much to do and so little time.  

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