“ABOUT TIME: ARTIST’S INTERPRETATION OF THE UBIQUITOUS CLOCK, ETC.” AT THE GALLERY OF FINE CRAFT AT WHEATONARTS
MILLVILLE, NJ (July 24, 2017) – The Gallery of Fine Craft at WheatonArts presents “About Time: Artist’s Interpretation of the Ubiquitous Clock, Etc.,” opening August 26 and continuing through October 8, 2017. Using the theme of time and how an artist may tell, keep, use, waste, or pass it – the show centers around the artist’s interpretation of physical, biological and psychological time. The artists were given no restraints or limitations in the creation of their entries, making work specifically for this show.
This exhibition has been curated by Michelle Post and Dave Carrow of Millville, NJ and features 23 artists, predominately sculptors. Post and Carrow are both sculptors, art collectors, curators, and gardeners. All of the artists invited to partake in this exhibit are people they have worked with professionally or whose artwork they have come to know and respect in Central Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and most recently in South Jersey. These artists are: Eric Schultz, Megan Uhaze, Karen Titus Smith, Judy Tobie, Pam Lethbridge, Debbie Reichard, Rachel Citrino, David Dempewolf, Yuka Yokoyama, Harry Anderson, Kevin Quigley, Wayne Russell, Alden Cole, Kate Graves, Abby Schmidt, Jackie Sandro, Jim Greenwell, Robin Robinson, Fred Kramer, Lennox Warner, Sally Willowbee, Michelle Post, and Dave Carrow. A wine and cheese reception for About Time will be hosted in the Gallery of Fine Craft on Sunday, September 10 from 2 pm to 4 pm, giving the public a chance to meet several of these artists. The Reception and Exhibit are free and open to the public.
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