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Newsletter September 2021
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Notes From The Curator

Our exhibition of works by Cary Weigand continues through October 3. It's hard to believe a whole month has gone by since the last Second Saturday Art Walk. We have busily been framing work, and making display cases in preparation for Maggie Taylor's show in the gallery, and Lyell Castonguay's exhibit in our printmaking area. We have also had lots of new work arriving for our collections area.

Timing and planning has been a tricky thing over the past two years. Like everyone, we and our artists have had to become resilient, and adapt with changing circumstances. When we first planned Maggie Taylor's show over a year ago, the intent was to curate the show around her new book, but as the publication date for this was pushed out, we needed to change track. Our September/October show is split into two collections. The first is a selection of works from Maggie's "Through the Looking-Glass" series. The second grouping showcases works created over the past two years. In addition we will be showing three limited edition books, "No Ordinary Days", "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass". 

Just because planning is tricky doesn't mean we stop. We are currently woking on our 2022 program, which will include, the promised show supporting the launch of Maggie Taylor's new book. The program will also include Karen Abel, Mark Andre, Mary Alayne Thomas, Sara Swink, Emily McPhie, Suzanne Long, and Michelle Gregor.

If you are planning to do the Second Saturday Art Walk bring your mask. We are limiting our gallery capacity to ten visitors at one time, so we can't accommodate large groups. 

Maggie Taylor

Maggie Taylor Discusses the Development of her Digital Composites
Maggie Taylor began her career focusing on still life, a subject she still returns to in a reimagined form. Since 1996 she developed her practice around the manipulation of photography to create original digital compositions using Photoshop and other programs. She was, for a time, married to Jerry Uelsmann, an early exponent of photomonage in America. In 1995, Adobe's creative director tried to convince Uelsmann to try out Photoshop. He didn't like it, but Maggie embraced it as the main tool in creating her surrealist work. Breaking new ground, she became a pioneer on the field of digital arts. Maggie Taylor's work is featured in Adobe Photoshop Master Class: Maggie Taylor's Landscape of Dreams, published by Adobe Press in 2005. More...

Lyell Castonguay

Lyell Castonguay talks about his woodblock printmaking
Lyell Castonguay is a printmaker creating narrative woodcut prints depicting the natural world. His main subject is the portraiture of birds. More...

New Works

Duy Huynh

Carla O'Connor

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