CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

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TOUCHSTONE GALLERY PRESENTS

February 2 – 25, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, February 2, 6 - 8:30 pm
Closing Reception & Painting and Collage Demonstration: Sunday, February 25, 2 - 4 pm

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GALLERY A

"In Transit"

Americans have been on the move since they set foot on this continent.  Whether by car, bicycle, airplane, boat, train, or walking. They get where they need to go by actually moving, studying, or making a career move. See Touchstone artist’s explorations of transitions and mobility in their photographs, paintings, collages, hand-pulled prints, sculptures, clay forms and drawings

GALLERY B

"Landscapes: The Terrain Within" by Rosemary Luckett

 

In her 2018 solo exhibition, Landscapes: The Terrain Within, Rosemary Luckett shifts her topical focus from Earth house landscapes to archetypal guides in her own psychological terrain. Some of the colorful figurative works are large (paintings) and some are small (collages in niches), but all have a unique story to tell. press release

GALLERY C

“The Pursuit of Balance” Landscape Paintings by Elaine Florimonte

In her current body of work, Elaine Florimonte is drawn to the simplicity and consistency of the horizon. The proportions of sky, water and ground are the subject of her solo show, The Pursuit of Balance at Touchstone Gallery. Through her use of acrylic media and collage, she creates landscape images in an effort to find balance in an ever shifting world. press release

 

COMING NEXT

March 2 – April 1, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, March 2, 6 – 8:30 pm
Meet the Artist/Artist Talk: Sunday, March 25, 1 - 3 pm

GALLERY B

“She Runs Wild” by Makda Kibour

New colorful series of works on canvas representing Makda Kibour’s emotional journey through her abstract art towards the peacefulness and fulfillment. press release

GALLERY C

"Marie Antoinette" by Meg Schaap

An installation of an intimate portrait of France’s iconic queen “Marie Antoinette”, swallowed up by her environment, metamorphosing, rebelling and breaking free through “wallpaper” customs and norms of her time period. press release