January 2018

Join us for our January First Friday Celebration!!

Back to Basics: Black and White.

In celebration of the New Year, Blue Whole Gallery presents a group show titled “Back to Basics: Black and White.”  Curated by Nancy Lawrence and Gregory Felando, this show reveals the challenge presented when limiting the palette. Working in black & white lays bare the elements of design and reveals of the expressive strength of the work. The bold graphic punch stimulates and sharpens the mind while modified by soft tones of grey lull one into a meditative mood.  This dichotomy asks, what is going on here.  The new exhibit will be on through January.

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 Priscilla Patterson; Paintings, Music, and Now a Book!

Event January 13 10 am-5 pm at the Blue whole Gallery

 Priscilla Patterson has just published her first book! “Fences- An Illustrated Journey,” consists of twenty watercolor paintings of fences, gates and barriers reproduced with captions to show the limits we place around ourselves, and encouraging us to break free and look for new horizons. The original paintings from “Fences” will also be available.

Just a few more of the pieces in the new group show

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Sculptures by Katherine Loveland

                                    

Aquamarine Crystalline Vase by Greg Felando

Which way did she go by Nancy Lawrence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Window Curators Message

Nancy Lawrence  “Funiculi, Funicula!   Some think the world is made for fun and frolic and so do I.   That is the impetus of my art, have fun and amuse.”

Greg Felando  As co-curator in displaying the creations by the Blue Whole Gallery artists I plan to show the continuity of earth sourced raw materials (minerals, wood, fiber, paper, metals, etc.) with the transformation of these elements into meaningful works of art