Showing posts from February, 2010
Our next exhibition at Hand Held is 'Hidden Facets', a collaborative by Abby Seymour and Katherine Wheeler. Both have posted images of work for the exhibition on their blogs and things seem to be coming along beautifully. I think this is going to be a very exciting show!

"STOKENPHOBIA" Opens Friday, 3/12/10 Opening Reception 7-11pm

Drawings by: GORE B

Handpainted signs by:
Abe. Lincoln Jr., Armer, Avoid, Becki Fuller, Buildmore, Cahbasm, Celso, Chris RWK, Chris Campisi, Darkcloud, Deuce7, Dickchicken, Dirty Deeks, Droid, Enamel Kingdom, Egg Yolk, Faro, Infinity, Keely, LA2, Luna Park, Matt Bixby, Matt Siren, Mikey40, Moody, Morgan Thomas, Nate Hall, NohjColey, Paper Monster, Plasma slugs, Royce Bannon, Sadue, Shai Dahan, Stikman, Skewville, Ski, Swampy, Tony Bones, Veng RWK, Wolf Tits, Wrona, UFO, 2esae, and more TBA

More Rogue Ideas Opening

Selena de Carvalho's 'More Rogue Ideas' opened Wednesday eve to a great crowd of admirers and keen interest. This an exhibition of objects, effigies and oddities, macabre miscellany and ethereal beauty held together in a collection of dark wood and found frames captured in museum silence.

Tea with Chloe Vallance

We finished up Chloe Vallance's exhibition on Saturday with an excellent turn out for 'tea with the artist'. A great opportunity to meet and chat with the artist, Chloe had many fans keen to listen as she described her process, technique and inspiration.

"Winged": @ 1305

Opening Final Friday, February 26th is Winged, new work by local artist Kelly Frigard.

The exhibition opens with a catered reception hosted by 1305 Gallery and the Artist on February 26th from 6-11 pm. The show runs through March 21st, with gallery hours Tuesday- Saturday: 11-3, or by appointment.

Winged, Kelly Frigard's second exhibition of new work at 1305 Gallery features pieces showcasing her masterful use of fiber and ceramic media to create delicate and whimsical forms. In her February 2006 exhibition, Wish, Frigard combined hand dyed and felted wool with hand embroidery to create wall-mounted scenes and figures that were both melancholy and warm. The resulting exhibit proved ideal for a winter show.

Now in February of this year, Frigard continues to work in traditional methods of hand felting and hand embroidery, also employing her training in ceramic sculpture and prepared animal skins and furs. These media mix to create soft, fragile, idyllic forms that are at once pulled …

Next Up

Selena de Carvalho's new exhibition 'More Rogue Ideas' will open Wednesday Feb 10th 6-8pm. Created from an evocative palette of printed work, gleaned materials, drawn and sculptural works, Selena explores the deeply mysterious world we inhabit.

'The wild and unpredictable weather patterns, El Nino and La Nina; are both devastating and humbling in their temperament. El Nino translates from spanish as boy child & La Nina as girl child. By personifying these elemental attributes of destruction and enchantment in the form of children I am creating a poetic narrative that reflects on human interaction with our environment.'