The Salon I & II: Dec. 11 – 24, 2008
THE SALON I & II
Dec. 11 – 24, 2008
an exhibition at two Columbia, SC, locations:
Gallery 80808/Vista Studios
808 Lady Street
if ART Gallery
1223 Lincoln Street
Reception and ifART Walk: Thursday, Dec. 11, 5 – 10 p.m.
at and between both locations
Weekdays, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, 1 – 5 p.m.
& by appointment
Open Christmas Eve until 7 p.m.
For more information, contact Wim Roefs at if ART:
(803) 238-2351 – [email protected] or visit the gallery’s site.
For its December 2008 exhibition, if ART Gallery presents The Salon I & II, an exhibition at two Columbia, SC, locations: if ART Gallery and Gallery 80808/Vista Studios. On Thursday, December 11, 2008, 5 – 10 p.m., if ART will hold opening receptions at both locations. The ifART Walk will be on Lady and Lincoln Streets, between both locations, which are around the corner from each other.
The exhibitions will present art by if ART Gallery artists, installed salon-style at both Gallery 80808 and if ART. Artists in the exhibitions include two new additions to if ART Gallery, Columbia ceramic artist Renee Rouillier and the prominent African-American collage and mixed-media artist Sam Middleton, an 81-year-old expatriate who has lived in the Netherlands since the early 1960s.
Other artists in the exhibition include Karel Appel, Aaron Baldwin, Jeri Burdick, Carl Blair, Lynn Chadwick, Steven Chapp, Stephen Chesley, Corneille, Jeff Donovan, Jacques Doucet, Phil Garrett, Herbert Gentry, Tonya Gregg, Jerry Harris, Bill Jackson, Sjaak Korsten, Peter Lenzo, Sam Middleton, Eric Miller, Dorothy Netherland, Marcelo Novo, Matt Overend, Anna Redwine, Paul Reed, Edward Rice, Silvia Rudolf, Kees Salentijn, Laura Spong, Tom Stanley, Christine Tedesco, Brown Thornton, Leo Twiggs, Bram van Velde, Katie Walker, Mike Williams, David Yaghjian, Paul Yanko and Don Zurlo.
(Click on any image to enlarge. Above: Silvia Rudolf’s War Series (Horizon), 2007, oil pastel on canvas board.)
(Above: Sam Middleton’s Rag Time, 1981, collage and mixed media.)
(Above: Paul Yanko’s HubAngleRay, 2007, acrylic on canvas.)
(Above: Leo Twiggs’ The Beach (Carolina Series), 2006.)
(Above: Jerry Harris’ Entering the Screaming Room, 2003, collage with acrylics.)
(Above: Jeff Donovan’s Dream Boater, 2008, ceramic, wood and paint.)
(Above: Anna Redwine’s Why I Am Irritated And It’s Not Because of the Weather, 2007, carbon on paper.)
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