Image courtesy Carl Fudge and Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York. It is Komposition Z by Carl Fudge.
Thursday, January 6 · 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Artlab at UAB
900 13th Street South
The first of two exhibitions exploring trends in contemporary printmaking. Part 1 focuses on abstraction across print media, and features works by Polly Apfelbaum, Laura Berman, Carl Fudge, Kevin Haas, Karla Hackenmiller, Gunilla Klingberg. Co-curated by Derek Cracco and Brett Levine.
Please join us Friday, October 1st, from 5PM to 8PM here at Boutwell Recording Studios, for DESPERATION, an original art show by Rebecca Davis, and John Lytle Wilson.
We will be here in the studio, enjoying the fascinating new works by these talented artists, and sipping on nothing finer than the champagne of beers, unless you consider Pabst Blue Ribbon to be finer than High Life…
We’ll also have a few snacks for you grazers of …finger foods, and of course, we serve up scintillating conversation, and laughs-a-plenty with the most talented and interesting people IN THE WORLD, right here in Birmingham, Alabama!
If you are the type to check out an artist’s website before the show, have I got a link for you! John Lytle Wilson has a lovely website with his artist statement, bio, and images of his legendary work: http://www.johnlytlewilson.com/
If you prefer to have your mind blown in person, you’ll be glad to know that Rebecca Davis is a secretive, private person who does not share anything on the internet. I bet you can’t wait to see what she has in store for you on October 1st!
Come join us at Boutwell Recording Studios for yet another fantastic Art Opening, Friday, July 30th from 5 – 8PM.
Be sure to check out our website for more information about us, and enjoy our award winning podcast series! http://boutwellstudios.com/
Some other special treats include, selected pieces by the students at Studio by the Tracks: http://www.studiobythetracks.org/ , and the ever popular mingling of the most interesting people from the Arts and Advertising worlds!
Please join the35212 and The Birmingham Art Collective at Crestwood Coffee on April 1, 2010 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for an opening reception for Dréa Zacharenko’s latest work, A Common Thread. This illustration series explores the connections between objects and memories and will be on display at Crestwood Coffee throughout the month of April.
Inspired by many areas of art study, Dréa combines principles of both studio art and graphic design in her dynamic mixed media pieces. She often begins work with either a birch board panel or a chipboard panel. She attempts to translate the world around her, often literally, gathering scraps of paper with simplified shapes and handwritten text and incorporating them into her work. Her work shows a constant attempt to make a better connection with her surroundings. Her sketchy, rough style forms a sort of stream-of-consciousness dialogue that involves the viewer in her pursuit to connect the dots of daily life. She studied at Louisiana Tech University, receiving a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and Studio Art 2-D. She is a native of Louisiana and has made Birmingham her home since 2007.
I’ve always been a fan of artist and photographer Jonathan Purvis’ work. And then his newly developed website http://www.jpurvis.com and show at Light Box Gallery really re-vamped that. I’m very excited for his upcoming show at boutwell studios called Bible Skillet.
Friday, March 26th from 5 – 8PM.
“On Friday the 26th we will be enjoying wine, beer, and light refreshments, while we admire Jonathan Purvis’ newest works on paper, here at Boutwell Recording Studios.”