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NEW DATE! Meet the Artists! Opening Reception for “Junk in the Trunk” and “Somewhere Between Chaos and Silence”

September 17, 2022 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

Reception on September 17 from 6-8pm. NEW DATE.

Free and Open to the Public. Masking required. Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am-5pm. Exhibitions run from September 10 through November 5. Free and Open to the Public. Masking required.

Junk in the Trunk

Curated by Natalia Arbelaez

Colonización-Española by Natalia Arbelaez

Somewhere Between Chaos and Silence

Solo Show by Vanna Ramirez

Image: Somethings Not Right

Junk in the Trunk is a multi-media multi-medium show featuring artists who work with any and all materials. From video, clay, to glitter and everything in-between! Craft often lives on the edges of the fine arts and multi-medium/media artists will even be on the outskirts of the outskirts. This show is a celebration of artists who live in that borderland. The queer, the othered, the funk, and the sub-cultured. These artists love material but will not care to “blasphemously” glue rhinestones to that dance.

Featured Artists: 
Allison Arkush, M’Shinda Abdullah Broaddu, Kayla Cho, Eva Conrad, Alexandra Fabrizio, April D Felipe, Eliza Fernand, Sarah Harlan, Rennie Jones, Ryan Kelly, Cathy Lu, Harry Malesovas, Chris Malone, Molly McDonald, Heidi McKenzie, Kristy Moreno, Rick Nickel, MK Noonan, Anela Oh, Jenny Reed, Jefrey Rubio, Anthony Sonnenberg, Britney Wainwright, Kirstin Willders.
Somewhere Between Chaos and Silence reveals the visceral experience of human emotions caught in the flux of conflict, confusion and duality. Constant struggles of the self are physically manifested in an outward surreal and abstracted melding of the body and a soul overcome. We coexist with the haunting growths of our turmoil worn as skin, that which is meant for protection also records our pain. Through my unconventional incorporation of stoneware, porcelain and light, the sculptures evolve as a work in progress, a glimpse into my explorations with clay, the figure and reflections of the self.