Text and subtext, sense and nonsense, run riddling through Strohl Art Center, and the visitor can pick their own pertinence, whether lining up with the minds of ancients or the fancies of artists today. Curator Judy Barie has set the terms of engagement; it is called “The Circle/Square Game.”
Holding atypical painting tools, the pint-sized Picassos splattered red, blue, green and yellow spots onto a white canvas.
The allusive title of this exhibition, conceived by Galleries Director Judy Barie, suggests a play on the contemporary phrase “farm to table.”
What is a drawing? Aside from being one of the oldest forms of human expression, and one of the most rudimentary, a drawing is a largely unmediated index of the maker.
Provided Photo Kyle Staver stands near two of her large-scale works. Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution is kicking off its…
Provided Photo At top, “New Chair” by Julie Blackmon is part of the exhibition “Domestic Vacations” opening at the Strohl…
The Strohl Art Center gallery store offers an array of handcrafted pieces created by variety of artists. From jewelry to scarves to purses, the store offers unique pieces of “wearable art,” said store manager Lynn LeFauve.
Go West! is the first major inter-arts project produced by Chautauqua Institution that includes the visual arts element on the stage. Don Kimes, artistic director of VACI, explains how the images will be presented, and how the visual arts play a role in Go West!
Home is where the heart is, as the old saying goes, but in the works by the six artists currently on view at the Fowler-Kellogg Art Center, home and heart appear to coexist warily, like estranged spouses under the same roof.
Under love’s heavy burden do I sink. —Romeo
Well, that is a bit dramatic … though that was Shakespeare’s point, wasn’t it?