On Display: Oct 26 to Nov 19
Opening Reception: Oct 28, 5:00-7:00 – Masks Required
Free and open to the public
Reflection can mean many things, a casting back of light or heat, mirroring, fixing of the thoughts on something, careful consideration, all aspects that encompass the creative process. Show us your reflections.
Also showing will be Acrylic Painters USA, a curated show.
Margy Rich, Juror
This work was created during a time when the exhibition theme Reflections is quite relevant. The multiple dimensions of this word imply introspection, memory, and the phenomena of nature that can propel us all forward. I was inspired by the efforts of all artists who submitted work for review. If your work was not included, please don’t be discouraged. Your creative journey is valued. The works chosen for this exhibition strongly demonstrated the following criteria. They conveyed the theme in a personal way. These works were well organized using the visual elements of design and the most remarkable of them used the elements to accentuate the idea they wanted to convey. I also wanted this exhibition to reflect the diversity of materials, scale, and methods that this Art Center embodies. The sum of these individual interpretations composed as an exhibition provides much to think about.
BIO: Margy Rich, State College of Florida Associate Professor Studio Art, holds an MFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design She earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated with honors. Margy is an Associate Professor of Studio Art at State College of Florida (SCF). She leads the 2D Studio Art Program at SCF. Her own studio practice encompasses drawings and paintings. Her work is represented in numerous public and private collections.