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Floral study i
February 1, 2018 to August 31, 2018

A Sense of Place

Barnstable Municipal Airport

This annual collaborative show between the Cape Cod and Islands Art Educators Association and Barnstable Municipal Airport highlights artists' interpretations inspired by Cape Cod. This year’s jurors include Mr. Sam Barber, Mr. Roland Breault and Ms. Mellissa Morris.

Lee Connolly-Weill
Floral Study 1
Mixed media: acrylic paint, transparency film, digital print


Safe passage
February 14, 2018 to March 4, 2018

Mutual Muses X: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry

Cultural Center of Cape Cod


Martine Jore
Safe Passage
Archival pigment print


Reflection
February 14, 2018 to March 4, 2018

Mutual Muses X: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry

Cultural Center of Cape Cod

Mutual Muses X: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry features the work of nearly 100 of the Cape’s finest painters, photographers, artisans, and poets inspired by one another’s creations. Come meet the artists and poets and enjoy their work and refreshments. All are welcome.
Opening reception 2/16/18 5-7pm, readings by poets 7-8pm

Artwork to be interpreted by a poet.

Lee Connolly-Weil
Reflection
Mixed media


And Then
February 14, 2018 to March 4, 2018

Mutual Muses X: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry

Cultural Center of Cape Cod

Artwork created in response to the poem, The Secretary written by Heidi Scheffler.

Lee Connolly-Weill
And Then
Digital collage


Tending the children
March 7, 2018 to March 31, 2018

Myths, Legends and Dreams

PhotoPlace Gallery, 3 Park Street, Middlebury, VT 05753

Amy Holms George: Juror’s Statement: I believe there is an element of magic that unites all this work, along with the unusual capacity to connect with the viewer in deeply profound ways. I was especially fascinated by images that emerged from developed bodies of work, in which the artist is pursuing a cohesive photographic vision. It’s always exciting to discover an artist who understands how to harmonize his/her creative voice, establishing a signature style that can be easily identified yet does not appear formulaic, familiar, or redundant. Also, I encountered a lot of work that surprised me with its clever transcendental quality—taking me somewhere else, a place of the artist’s invention. Much of the beauty of a photograph is in its inherent nature to communicate a “truth.” However, many of the images in this show challenged my sense of what’s real.

Mary Doering
Tending the Children
Archival digital print


Unplug
January 6, 2018 to February 10, 2018

AFCC Winter Exhibit: Sensory Overload

Cotuit Center for the Arts

Electronic technologies impact astounding aspects of our lives, transforming the way we communicate and behave. They are fast and prolific. The over abundance of information we are bombarded with daily can be overwhelming and upsetting. Do we exchange and share too much with excessive messaging, posts, tweets? How do we stop the annoying, intrusive and distracting “noise?”

Superimposed images depict a fury of mixed thoughts being processed by the mind. Graphical representations of sound signals illustrate the strength and frequency of information bombarding us incessantly. To deal, we rely on coping mechanisms to help manage internal or internal stress: separate from a situation, perform a calming ritual or even have a melt down.

Feel overburdened? Can’t keep up? Anxious?
STOP. UNPLUG. BE FULLY PRESENT.

Lee Connolly-Weill
Unplug
Archival digital print


Serenella
January 6, 2018 to February 10, 2018

AFCC Winter Exhibit: Sensory Overload

Cotuit Center for the Arts


Mannequins are inanimate objects with an uncanny sense of aliveness. Making them more (or less) human-like leaves us with feelings of ambiguity. As substitutes for human beings, they become icons of art.
With a sense of detachment, mannequins at Serenella, Newbury Street’s “premier luxury boutique,” watch over pedestrian traffic below. An overload of photographic information is superimposed as one image by using multiple exposures and capturing reflected details.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Serenella
Archival digital print, resin


Sensory overload image
January 6, 2018 to February 10, 2018

AFCC: Winter Exhibit: Sensory Overload

Cotuit Center for the Arts


This subject matter, Sensory Overload, makes me smile. It represents a chance to abandon all ideas of how my work is supposed to look. I enjoy total artistic freedom to let loose and play with color, line and composition. The dance with serendipity feels magical. When I am loyal to my inner child, the work itself becomes a great adventure.

Mary Doering
Sensory Overload #1
Archival digital print


Wandering at whitecrest 18x27
November 1, 2017 to January 31, 2018

PAAM at the State House

Selected work from PAAM's Permanent Collection

PAAM selected works to showcase art from Senator Cyr's district at the State House in Boston.
Reception: Thursday, February 1, 2018, 3-5PM

Joyce Zavorskas
Wandering at Whitecrest
Monotype