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Abstracted: Lost in Thought

April 27, 2015 - Kimberly Bradley

The Art Store will open Abstracted: Lost in Thought on Saturday, May 9th with a reception from 6 to 7:30PM. This exhibition consists of imagery using a visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition and will feature West Virginia University’s Director of The School of Art and Design in the College of Creative Arts, Alison Helm, as a speaker.  

 

Abstracted is an invitational exhibit of works that do not seek to accurately represent, but are actively separating from the representational, using color, texture, line and shape to achieve a composition. Artists include: Nancy Berlin, Mary Boxley Bullington, Paula Clendenin, Chris Dutch, DutchHammer, Harold Edwards, Jim Gibson, Jan Griffin, Alison Helm, David Jefferies, Caroline Jennings, Katherine Kadish, June Kilgore, Grace Martin Taylor, David Pushkin, Megan Schultz, Susan Schwalb, Stephen Smigocki, George Snyder, Maggie Starcher, Caryl Toth, Diane White, Kit White, and Tommy White.

 

This group of artists have shown works in exhibitions at universities, galleries and museums throughout the nation in group, solo and invitational shows.

Their works may be found in many public and private collections including General Electric Corporation, Fairfield, CN, Federal Express Corporation, Memphis, TN, the British Museum, London, England, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio, the Clay Center, Charleston, WV, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, Dallas Library Commission, Dallas, TX, and the Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL.

 

The exhibition will continue through June 12.



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