It’s December and time for the Small Works Show at Galatea Fine Art. Come find that perfect piece of art to make someones Christmas extra special. I have three pieces on display and for sale: Summer Memory, La Famille, and Wax Tapestry. The show opened today but come join the fun at First Friday tomorrow when we will be having our opening reception. Join us for refreshments, lively conversation and beautiful art. Our reception is from 6-8 pm at 460B Harrison Ave in SOWA. Be there or be square!
For those of you unable to make the opening reception for Emotion/Imagine I have good news. We are hosting a Meet the Artists reception this Sunday, February 21st from 2-4 pm. We will be happy to share with you the processes and techniques behind our art and the ideas behind the body of work on display. Come on by to say hello, ask questions, and enjoy the artwork of Paula Estey, Becky Gibbs and myself. We’d love to see you!
Angst Unleashed – 2010 – 24″ x 30″
paper, acrylic, ink, watercolor
On Friday, February 5th, Becky Gibbs and myself opened our two-person show Emotion/Imagine. It was a lovely reception and we enjoyed talking to so many people about our art. I thought I would attach a few photo’s from the reception. We will be having a Meet the Artists reception on Sunday, February 21st for those who were unable to make the opening or would like another chance to view the art. We would be happy to share with you the techniques we use to create our work.
Nick Takis, Myself, and my daughter near my postcard display
Becky and I in front of our digital art
Tonight is the opening reception for the Emotion/Imagine exhibit at Galatea. And I just can’t imagine that you wouldn’t want to be at the “Best of the New” gallery as named by Boston Globe Magazine! There will be beautiful art, refreshments and lively conversation. I can’t think of a better way to start your weekend. Here’s a sneak preview of the art video that will be on display showcasing my art and that of Becky Gibbs (the video creator). Come down and meet the artist behind the “Postcard a day”.
Galatea Fine Art Presents:
Kathleen Hendrick & Becky Kisabeth Gibbs
February 4 – February 28, 2010
460B Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118
Galatea Fine Art is included in the Boston Globe Magazine’s “Best Of New” article. If you haven’t made it to our new space, come on down and see what the buzz is about. Join us for the opening of Emotion/Imagine on Friday, February 5th from 6-8 pm. See you there!!
Opening Reception — Friday, February 5, 2010, 6-8pm
Meet the Artists — Sunday, February 21, 2-4pm
At Galatea Fine Art, 460B Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118
Kathleen Hendrick of Southboro, MA, and Becky Kisabeth Gibbs of Wayland, MA, will be exhibiting their two-person show at Galatea Fine Art, Boston’s newest contemporary cooperative art gallery in the SOWA district February 4 to February 28, 2010.
Kathleen Hendrick’s complex, mixed media compositions explore the emotions originating from deep within the human psyche. She combines intricate drawings and abstracted forms to create dense and colorful images. She builds her collages with materials ranging from the exotic, such as fibrous Japanese rice paper, to common household resources. Layers are pressed with texture, printed, removed, painted, scratched away and sanded. These processes mirror how our own lives may be built up or worn away by the society in which we live. Hendrick’s recent work references the inner layers of the human psyche: what lies hidden, what is revealed, and the range of emotions found therein.
Becky Kisabeth Gibbs’ biomorphic abstract paintings suggest a vista of duality: imaginary or real? The works disrupt the experience of scale and space so as to create ambiguity: between large and small, microscopic or interstellar. Shapes within this abstract thought space can explode or implode. The first step of her process is at once controlled and uncertain: dropping India ink onto wet paper, washing it off, and repeating the process until the composition emerges. Gibbs’ paintings reveal her interest in scientific imagery, including the scanning electron microscope, photography from space, and naturally occurring patterns such as fractals. The imagery is referenced for its abstract qualities, and is compelling to the artist because it is not readily evident to the invisible eye without the use of technology, yet is underlying all of nature and its beauty.