Interview with NYC Artist Ann Walsh at Sam & Adele Golden Gallery (The SAGG) at Golden Artist Colors

Interview with NYC Artist Ann Walsh at
Sam & Adele Golden Gallery (The SAGG) at Golden Artist Colors

Emeritus Professor of International Media Studies, Robert Seward Interviews Artist Ann Walsh

• February 18, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.
• The Sam & Adele Golden Gallery, 188 Bell Road, New Berlin, NY 13411
• Public Invited to Attend. RSVP by Feb. 5 to jodell@goldenpaints.com or call 607-847-7671

The public is invited to attend an interview featuring New York City Artist Ann Walsh on February 18, 2019 at the Sam & Adele Golden Gallery (The SAGG) at Golden Artist Colors. Emeritus Professor of International Media Studies, Robert Seward, will explore Walsh’s career and artwork featured in her current exhibition ‘Ann Walsh: Colors,’ in an interview at 4:00 p.m. The exhibition ‘Ann Walsh: Colors’ opened on Saturday October 6th, 2018 at The SAGG and runs through March 15, 2019. This survey of abstract paintings and sculptures by artist Ann Walsh underscores her commitment to the expressive possibilities of color and her investigations of the use of new materials for making art.

First Saturday on the Greater Ithaca Art Trail

Select Art Studios are open to you! No cost – just visit! Find the list of artists participating this month, and learn tons more at www.Arttrail.com. Meet the artists and see their creative spaces! Thanks to P.W. Wood and Son for sponsoring this year’s Greater Ithaca Art Trail

Gallery Night: Leanora Erica Mims – To Walk Invisible

As a fabric artist, Erica’s recent work of boldly patterned quilts tells the story of five generations of African-American quilters. The full title is “To Walk Invisible: Mastering the Cultural Code from African American Textiles from The Middle Passage to The Mims Family.” The show runs through February. The CAP ArtSpace is sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company.

Gallery Night: Pinwheels – paintings by Domenica Brockman

New work by Domenica Brockman involves exploring geometric abstracts. “I am an abstract painter whose work is influenced by the landscape of my home in upstate New York. The stark light and dark of winter, the shapes of barns, silos, and roads, topographical maps, and the repetition and breaks of patterns in the natural world are all sources of inspiration. My preferred medium is encaustic paint (pigmented wax and damar) on wood panels.” CAP ArtSpace sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company.

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