Tonight the gallery re-opens to the public with new works by Joan Marie Giampa: Anagramation.
The opening is from 6-8 pm. There will be a special sneak preview in the small gallery with works by Jeremy Kunkel. Jeremy is a former student of Dr. Giampa's at Northern Virginia Community College where he studied color. Jeremy will have a solo show at the Caboose in November, 2013.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
|The Bridge, 1993, Joan Marie Giampa|
|Looping Process, 2004, Joan Marie Giampa|
Its a looping process kind of like the fibonacci spiral. But the question remains, do we need to create a language to be abstract. I think not. I think that a language evolves as the artist evolves and every stroke, color, and texture extruded speaks a truth that is individual to the artist.
Monday, June 3, 2013
she (sh) pron.
1. Used to refer to the woman or girl previously mentioned or implied. Used to refer to a female animal.
2. Used in place of it to refer to certain inanimate things, such as ships and nations, traditionally perceived as female: "The sea is mother-death and she is a mighty female" (Anne Sexton).