SVAC fall member show opens Saturday
The show will display the work of SVAC's 200-plus artist members, representing a vibrant and varied mixture of subject matters, mediums, styles, and techniques.
Gallery director and collections manager Anna-Marie Hand says SVAC's members, and its member show, are an integral part of the center's mission and history, as well as a venue where members can exhibit their work. The show runs through
"We really try to accurately display and represent all of the different styles and mediums of our artist members during our member shows. It's truly wonderful to constantly see the talent and growth of the artists throughout each season," Hand said in a news release announcing the show.
Among the artists whose work will be on display (and on sale) is Terry Findeisen, whose acrylic on paper piece "Portrait of a Conversation" is part of the exhibit.
"Whatever I am working on is structured around a central symbol, idea, concept or metaphor, and the materials and subordinate images strive to help and support the idea," Findeisen said in the release. "My work attempts to be expressions of the essence and purity of concept, but the subjects are the infinite aspects and rituals of life. They have become portraits of thoughts, journals without words, giving objects a visual voice."
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