"Between" at 6th Street Gallery by CAMIBAart
Jan
19
to Feb 24

"Between" at 6th Street Gallery by CAMIBAart

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Society lives in flux, constantly in a state of struggle between here and there, this or that. This exhibition showcases seven artists who are observing the between. Be it through material, mode, or meaning; these artists exist in a liminal space.

Alicia Philley uses the illusory movement of lines and colors to recreate the feeling one has at the creeks and trails around Austin. Working on wood panels creates a literal connection to nature. She applies the base layer to highlight and reveal the natural grain and to provide a map for the lines to follow. Like nature, the ow of the wood grain is lled with both pattern and unpredictability. Her work exists between moments, like catching your reflection in the face of a lake or your first breath of the day.

GD Wright’s sculptural work is an interplay of heightened tension between material and form. The use of the steel mold elicits the feelings of an unchanging model, yet the bulbous forms interact with this foundation in abstract, organic and often unexpected ways. This network of fluidity and rigidity creates a push and pull that is dynamic, as the perception of the work becomes reliant on the viewer’s experience.

Steven Eggert Rabbit seeks new ways to communicate through spatial experiences, extending how images can relate to one another, and how photographs can express themselves in different physical forms. His design background influences his artistic endeavors as he creates an alternative world through nontraditional photographic practices and manipulation. The work exists in a space between material and mode, questioning the world we see.

Vy Ngo’s work uses layered color, movement, and mediums as a common thread to tell her story and move the viewer to a higher spiritual and social consciousness. As a Vietnamese-American, physician, and mother; order and chaos seem to be a normal part of everyday existence. With her work, she strives to create a dialogue about identity, culture, and political issues. Her many identities imbue her practice with diversity and vibrancy, bringing forth work as conceptual and varied as her life.

Andrea Hyland uses disparate media as a platform for interdisciplinary methods to build ideas, think creatively, and research freely. She is enamored with the abstract elements of art through which her practice becomes an exploration of materials that can be transformed into rich and expressive visual statements drawing in the whimsy of life.

Carmen Izurieta creates abstract art using a painting technique that applies color to encaustic. The unpredictability of the material forces her to rapidly make decisions spontaneously. Significance comes between the process and final form; where ego shows itself to be weak in the face of experimentation. Her work lends to the acceptance of the unpredictability of life.

Sarah Presson creates cut paper collages using a variety of printed materials from different eras. Interested in prompting viewers to embark on an esoteric journey, driving between identification and vague recognition, her work seeks to create tactile views of psychological landscapes. She blends dissonance and harmony through the juxtaposition of paradoxical concepts and anachronistic combinations. The works in this series focus specifically on water, and aim towards technical fluidity. Her intuitive approach to composition allows the subconscious to inhabit the space in surprising ways.

Location: SIXTH STREET GALLERY by CAMIBAart, 2000 East 6th Street, Austin, TX 78702 Troy Campa, Director - TroyCampa@CamibaArt.com - 512.937.5921 www.CAMIBAart.com Emerson Granillo, Associate Director - Emerson@CamibaArt.com - 401.419.9512 Gallery Hours: Saturday & Sunday11:00am - 5:00pm

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"Art of Celebration!" at Art for the People Gallery
Feb
2
to Apr 27

"Art of Celebration!" at Art for the People Gallery

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I will have two of my wood panel paintings hanging in this dynamic, celebration of art, life and all the stuff in between. They have an amazing nack at filling the space with local art, on the walls, on tables and in every nook and cranny. This gallery also throws super fun parties! Come on out and celebrate some art with me!

Opening is Friday, Feb. 8th from 6-9 pm.

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West Austin Studio Tours
May
11
to May 19

West Austin Studio Tours

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This is the first time I will show from my back yard studio. I can’t wait to show visitors my painting process and will also have an outdoor installation in progress! Stop by for some live music, snacks and art talk. Hours are 11-5 each Saturday and Sunday. See you soon!

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Two Person Show at Link & Pin
Sep
27
to Oct 13

Two Person Show at Link & Pin

I am so excited to be filling this lovely East Austin gallery space with sculptor Emily Hoyt-Weber. Her welded geometric abstractions have a lyrical quality, that along with their painted surfaces, create a stunning juxtaposition to my flowing lines. She will create works to hang on the gallery wall and I will be painting my largest wood panels to date. This will be a show to experience in person and we hope to see you there!

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East Austin Studio Tours at Art84
Nov
9
to Nov 18

East Austin Studio Tours at Art84

I’ll be showing with a group of stellar artists at the East side home, turned gallery, called ART84. ·  Preview Party, Friday, November 9, 7–10 pm, dance parties in the sculpture garden each Saturday night and of course so much amazing art!

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Brick Oven on 35th Street
Oct
28
to Feb 2

Brick Oven on 35th Street

Wanting a nice Italian dinner with some local art to look at (and maybe buy). My paintings, all color and abstraction, are paired with black and white photographs throughout this lovely old Central Austin staple. A perfect place to relax during the holidays when you’re done with cooking and still have friends or family in town!

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Dia De Los Muertos group show at Round Rock ArtSpace Gallery
Oct
7
to Nov 15

Dia De Los Muertos group show at Round Rock ArtSpace Gallery

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I have a new wood panel painting in this show called “Soul Migration.” An homage to the beautiful monarchs that symbolize the souls of our loved ones returning to us each year on this special day. And shout out to my daughter who has a digital drawing in the 17 and under category! See my other post for details about the amazing opening night and party they have planned…including live outdoor performance by Ballet Folklorico and a pop art sale in the square!

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Link & Pin Gallery Small Artworks Show
Oct
5
to Oct 28

Link & Pin Gallery Small Artworks Show

This juried show of small art works is the perfect way to add to your collection without breaking the bank. Stop by the opening for conversation and drinks with the artists. Get in some early holiday shopping! I’m excited to have my first paintings that created my ongoing series “Down by the Creekside.”

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Bruegger's Bagels Solo Showcase
Jul
16
to Aug 18

Bruegger's Bagels Solo Showcase

I'm thrilled to have so much open wall space to display my newest canvasses and panels. This lovely Bagel shop in Westlake is a great place for breakfast or lunch where you can relax and enjoy my art. Everything hanging will be available for purchase. Thank you for your patronage!

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Art for the People Gallery
Jun
28
to Oct 7

Art for the People Gallery

Opening party is Friday, July 13 from 6:30 to 9:00!

This summer group show--Wet, Wild & a Wee Bit of Whimsy!--is going to be fun.

I'll have three of my paintings hanging at the gallery with other amazing Austin artists. Come out to the opening, or check out the work any time this summer if you prefer a smaller crowd. My paintings plus a small edition of prints will be on sale throughout. Art for the People is a wonderful local gallery that supports Austin artist of all mediums.

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Round Rock ArtSpace Gallery
Jun
9
to Jul 26

Round Rock ArtSpace Gallery

Opening party is Saturday, June 9 from 6:30 to 9:00 for SUMMER SENSATION!

I'm excited to show one of my new summer-themed paintings in this lovely downtown space. "Shifting Seasons (of Life)" a.k.a "Sunny Day, Splash and Play" will be on display--and available for purchase--during the event and for the two months the show remains up. This colorful splash of sunshine-based work will hang along many other summer-themed artworks, evoking the warmth, freedom and water fun of the hot months ahead. 

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West Austin Studio Tours
May
19
11:00 AM11:00

West Austin Studio Tours

I am so excited to show new paintings along with seven other amazing artists at the studio of Larry Akers. Eye Play Studio is nestled in Barton Hills as 2311 Ridgeview Drive. We’ll be set up under tents in the front yard, under the carport and inside Larry’s studio space. Mediums on display include sculpture, glasswork, drawing, painting and pottery. Live music and literary performances plus free food and drinks will round out the fun. Come join us!

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West Austin Studio Tours
May
12
to May 13

West Austin Studio Tours

I am so excited to show new paintings along with seven other amazing artists at the studio of Larry Akers. Eye Play Studio is nestled in Barton Hills as 2311 Ridgeview Drive. We’ll be set up under tents in the front yard, under the carport and inside Larry’s studio space. Mediums on display include sculpture, glasswork, drawing, painting and pottery. Live music and literary performances plus free food and drinks will round out the fun. Come join us!

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