The End & Means: Works by April Livingston and Joe McCreary at Lite Box

At Lite Box Gallery: Opening Friday, April 8th at 6:00 p.m., The End & Means is a sculptural exhibit, fulfilling the MFA requirements at UA for graduates April Livingston and Joe McCreary. Dealing with themes of her own personal mythology, Livingston aims to inspire the viewer to “question form, assemblage, and the importance of material.” Livingston was born in Mobile, Alabama and received her undergraduate degree from University of New Orleans/University of Mobile and completed a post baccalaureate certificate in painting at S.A.C.I. while studying in Florence, Italy. McCreary’s sculpture deals with the deconstruction of everyday objects, calling into question the importance of the individual components that make up a form. Humorous in their approach, McCreary’s choice of objects is largely autobiographical. McCreary holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and has been an Artist in Residence at Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark for the last ten years. Join us in celebrating with Joe and April!

 

Event Info

1731 1st Avenue North
Birmingham, Alabama 35203

April 8th, 2011
6:00PM – 9:00PM

Opening: “First Impressions” at Lite Box Gallery in Young & Vann Building

Opening reception, Friday, January 14, 2011, from 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

From the Lite Box Website:

Lite Box Gallery will exhibit this show from January 14 through February 26 in the ArtFolk space at the Young & Vann Building in downtown Birmin…gham, Alabama. The show will be one of the largest exhibits of its kind in the state, featuring more than 30 Alabama artists who are exploring the increasingly popular medium of printmaking. Featured artists include many of Alabama’s most talented printmakers as well as emerging artists.

Printmaking can take many forms, from colorful screenprints and bold block prints to the delicate lines of intaglio and the nostalgic look and feel of letterpress. Visitors to “First Impressions” will see examples of each type of printmaking and gain insight into the different artistic processes, including the new frontier of digital printmaking. In addition, weekly workshops, demonstrations, and artist talks will enable the public to experiment with printmaking and make their own art pieces. Upcoming classes are listed at http://liteboxgallery.wordpress.com/upcoming-classes-and-demos/.

Artists include:

Justin Banger
James Cormier
Michelle Ray
Debra Riffe
Bethany Moody
Rebecca Munkachy
West Finlayson
Tenisha Hicks
Michael Swann
Jane Marshall
Brandon Oswalt
Lauren Faulkenberry
Suzanne Sawyer
Helga Mendoza
Cathy Wright
Sarah Marshall
Aaron Drew
Drea Zacharenko
Rebecca Reynolds
Chris Bisset
Mimi Boston
Shelleigh Buckingham
Ashley Lindsey
Scott Stephens
Kathy Baty
Patrick Mayton
Jill Marlar
John DeMotte
Scott Fisk
Timarie Fisk
Jeremy Markham
Charles Buchanan

Lite Box Gallery is Now at the Young and Vann Building

Lite Box Gallery at Young & Vann, a view from 1st AVenue North at 18th Street. The gallery entrance is located on the back side of this historic building.

From their site:

Just a little note to say Lite Bax Gallery has temporarily moved to the Young & Vann Building located at 1731 First Avenue North in downtown Birmingham, Alabama.

Our next show, First Impressions: An Introduction to Alabama Printmaking, will open with a reception on Friday, January 14th, 2011. Please make plans to join us!

Hours:
Wednesday – Friday, Noon – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Other hours by appointment.

Location:
Young & Vann Building
1731 First Avenue North

Phone:
205-716-1665

Opening: LITE-BRITE art show at Lite Box Gallery August 13th

lite boxLite-Brite is a pop art exhibition curated by John Lytle Wilson, featuring the work of:
Kelly Boehmer, Merrilee Challiss, Aaron DeYoe, Matthew Dutton, Janae Easton, AJ Fontanilla, Linda Hall, Felix Jackson Jr, Adrian Scott, Brian Spolans, John Lytle Wilson, Daisy Winfrey, and Andy Winn.

An array of vivid art will transport the gallery into a wonderful, adventuresome tour of pop imagery. The exhibit will be on view from Friday, August 13th, through Friday September 30th, with an opening reception on Friday the 13th of August, 2010, at 5pm-10pm. Free refreshments and drinks will be served.

Visitors are also invited to enjoy a special performance from local indie band Delicate Cutters at 9pm (donations accepted).(http://www.myspace.com/delicatecutters)

John Lytle Wilson’s own work stems “from the power of images…. exploring consciousness, free will, and mortality.” Wilson is a graduate of Birmingham-Southern College and earned his MFA at Florida State University, where he also served as Artist in Residence at 621 Gallery in Tallahassee, FL. http://johnlytlewilson.com/

Lite Box Gallery @ Pepper Place
2825 2nd Avenue South
Birmingham, Alabama 35233
205.716.1665 gallery – 205.913.5284 appointments

Glamour Shots! Reception at LITE BOX Gallery

Glamour Shots! Reception at LITE BOX GalleryA fashionably late reception for Glamour Shots! The show will be up from July 2nd – August 7th!

Featuring photographic works by:

Jonathan Purvis
Byron Sonnier
Wes Frazer
Cary Norton
Bryan Sheffield

and installation by Michael McCraw

Date: Friday, July 16, 2010
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Litebox Gallery @ Pepper Place 2825 2nd Avenue South

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