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Thursday, January 11
Opening Reception, 6-8pm
Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Tom Judd, Disruption; Jerry
Kunkel, RECON TEXT; Terry Maker, Point Blank; Jim
Sanborn, Meridian and Edie Winograde, Place and Time:
Robischon Gallery is pleased to present a multi-part,
thought-provoking series featuring five solo exhibitions
by artists with a pointed, yet humorous mix of imagery
intended to spotlight a range of historical and
modern-day cultural controversies.
Through March 3
Friday, January 12
Goodwin Fine Art
Artist Reception, 6Ė8 pm
Lost Pollinators with artists Mia Brownell, A.
Mary Kay and Kara Maria, an intimate body of work by three accomplished artists who share the common bond of current day environmental concerns. While the backdrop
to their work is intertwined conceptually each
approaches the theme in their own unique and personal
Through February 2
Thursday, January 18
Opening Reception: th 5-8pm
Reconfigured II, featuring New Work By
William Stoehr, Michael Gadlin, and Jason Lee Gimbel.
Through January 18
Friday, January 19
Walker Fine Art
Opening Reception, 5-9pm
Uncanny, with artists Carol Coates, Roland
Bernier, Bryan Leister, Mark Penner-Howell, Malcolm
Easton, and Angela Piehl.
Through March 10
Visions West Galleries
Exhibiting the work of artist Shelley Reed. Employing a
style that nods to historical references: Northern
European art from the mid-17th through 18th centuries, a
period of enlightenment and profound interest in
science, nature, and the animal world, Reed's expressive
animals command presence.
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Through February 24
Artist Reception, 6 - 8pm
Works from Chicago-based artist Robert Burnier, and New
York-based artist Justine Hill in the main gallery.
Robert Burnierís folded and twisted aluminum wall
sculptures draw attention to spatial relationships and
corresponding visual language, with meaning
inadvertently following form. Hillís irregularly shaped
canvases burst with colors and textures, emphasizing
gesture and intuitive mark making.
Also: Tobias Fike,
Stages,an immersive installation from Tobias Fike in
the project room. This work, like much of Fikeís work,
offers full sensory experience incorporating sight and
sound elements in performative collage.
Through February 24
Cook Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
Michael Warren Contemporary
Sandra Phillips Gallery
David B. Smith
Visions West Gallery