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Baltimore Museum of Art Open Hours: Reconnecting with the Sacred Feminine

Baltimore Museum of Art Open Hours: Reconnecting with the Sacred Feminine

. June 14, 2017

“My art is an exercise in self-transformation and liberation … we all share in that same struggle for inner freedom.” Join artist Noelle Imparato for a presentation and discussion on her upcoming book My Life in 40 Portraits: Reconnecting with the Sacred Feminine. Following the presentation, the artist will lead an art therapy session where […]

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440 Gallery Young Artist Workshop on Saturday June 17

440 Gallery Young Artist Workshop on Saturday June 17

. June 12, 2017

Inside Outside Collages Inspired by the beautiful collages on exhibit by Shanee Epstein, we will be creating free form collages, (breaking out of a square or rectangle shape), thinking about being inside or outside. What are the things you like to do outside? What do you like to do inside? Maybe we can mix them […]

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440 Gallery Artist Talk this Sunday

440 Gallery Artist Talk this Sunday

. June 5, 2017

Artist Talk on Sunday, June 11 @ 4:40p with Shanee Epstein, Joy Makon, Janet Pedersen and Tricia Townes Join 440 Gallery for a lively discussion with collagist, Shanee Epstein, watercolorist, Joy Makon, painters, Janet Pedersen and Tricia Townes. We will discuss their creative processes and techniques for making art, the conversation will be moderated by […]

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San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announces Kate Rhoades: Karen

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art Announces Kate Rhoades: Karen

. May 24, 2017

In Kate Rhoades: Karen, on view June 25 – September 3, 2017, Oakland-based artist Kate Rhoades brings attention to the Junk Lady, the memorable supporting character in Jim Henson’s 1986 cult classic film Labryinth. In the original movie, the Junk Lady appears as a surly woman who obsessively collects rejected furniture, pots, pans, and children’s […]

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440 Gallery Introduce Two New Artists

440 Gallery Introduce Two New Artists

. May 14, 2017

Janet Pedersen finds inspiration in color and patterns of light and dark in a landscape. If she decides to add a figure, she directs an angle or gesture of the pose so that it becomes part of the landscape, reinforcing the overall design. She moves through the painting process fairly quickly with bold, loose brush […]

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