Jill Rumoshosky Werner / Thursday Night Drawing Group

Works by Jill Rumoshosky Werner on exhibit in the Marsh Gallery.

Jill Rumoshosky Werner

Jill uses quilted elements to create three dimensional “visual dictionaries” in which she defines words and concepts with imagery rather than words. She utilizes the quilts as raw materials, as opposed to simply surfaces to decorate, in order to manipulate lines, forms, and planes which help convey political or social connotations, industrial connections, or a purer reference to the physical world.

Jill Rumoshosky Werner’s “Transformed” (detail).

The Thursday Night Drawing

Tom Tobias, of the Thursday Night Drawing Group, “Remembrance … Battle of Hastings 1066”

The Thursday Night Drawing Group comprises a group of artists who meet weekly to pursue the art of drawing the figure. In this group setting, these artists have found a nurturing environment of camaraderie and collaboration open to experiment and exploration.

Sharon Seminerio-Cox, of the Thursday Night Drawing Group, “Blue Belly”

Cari Casper-Bassler, of the Thursday Night Drawing Group, “Alberto”

 

Both exhibitions are open through August 17th.

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One response to “Jill Rumoshosky Werner / Thursday Night Drawing Group

  1. As a writer and artist, I LOVE the idea of ‘visual dictionaries’ – great post! =D

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