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Now Showing: Evermore


Evermore, featuring Karen Bondarchuk, Joshua Rowan, & Teresa Wang, opened last night with an amazing turnout! Josh and Karen were in attendance and gave guests interesting insight into their works.

Here are a few pics of the galleries:

Some information on the artists’ work:

Karen Bondarchuk – (Michigan) Karen’s scavenged tire rubber sculptures and drawings explore the artificiality that often defines our relationship with the wild, and the reality that most close encounters with wildlife are by human design (zoos, roadsides, galleries, natural history museums, etc.). Her work has common thematic elements of animals and language for the past several years, examining linguistic and physiological connections between animals and humans, and most recently has centered on crows and ravens.

Joshua Rowan – (St. Louis) Josh’s photographs catch the beauty in the mundane and attempts to find the sometimes small and fleeting perfect alignments of time, angle, and color. The locations of his photographs include Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado; Jalisco, Mexico; Brooklyn, New york; Cherokee, North Carolina; and St. George, South Carolina.

Teresa Wang – (St. Louis) Teresa’s oil paintings, based on modern Chinese poetry, bridge    Eastern and Western artistic traditions. While her Chinese background heavily influences the formation of her ideas, the education she received in the States guides the way toward expressing her ideas and presenting her imagination through her work.

 

-Posted by Jessica.

 

Sneak Peek: Evermore


Here is a sneak peek of our upcoming show, Evermore, featuring artists Karen Bondarchuk, Josh Rowan, & Teresa Wang. Show opens January 27th with a public reception from 6 – 8 p.m. The show is open until February 26th.

Karen Bondarchuk's "Autogenesis," 2008, scavenged tire rubber with tire and automotive head lamp

Karen Bondarchuk's "Corvus Osiris," 2010, scavenged tire rubber

Teresa Wang's "Melodies in a Hidden Valley II"

 

Teresa Wang's "Charm I"

Josh Rowan's "Wonder Tower"

Josh Rowan's "Junipers, Colorado," 2010