Published On: Thu, Nov 21st, 2019

“Clay, Critters and the Cosmos” on view at New Hope Arts in December

Work by Nancy Stark

Three artists will share the spotlight at the “A” Space Gallery beneath New Hope Arts next month in the group show “Clay, Critters and the Cosmos.”

The exciting mix of art styles and mediums will feature works in clay by Deborah Seidman, “critters” by Nancy Stark, and the cosmic visions of Scott MacNeill.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., and on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 2 to 8 p.m.

Work by Deborah Seidman

Deborah Seidman will present new ceramic work whose origins are informed from her experience as a graphic designer. Deborah’s Print and 2D work evolved into full 3D form ceramic art a dozen years ago. Her expressive brushwork on glazed surfaces is a nod to her love of Japanese design and gesture. These new works are in porcelain and stoneware clay, fired in electric kilns or soda fired in gas kilns for a range of effects.

Nancy Stark is the creator of a new series of animal portraits rendered with humor, using whimsy and a vividness of color that allow the viewer to divine the depths and reflective tones of fur and feather infused with an almost Psychedelic warmth and life.

Work by Scott MacNeil

Scott MacNeill has been continuing his exploration of the Cosmic and mundane by drawing Mandalas in recent years. The process of making ink drawings begins with a central visual icon or idea (based upon floral and fauna elements) that grow in an ascending spiral, organically moving outward, giving expression and form to something that does not yet exist, yet has always existed — something unique and new and timeless.

This wonderful assortment of work and styles will be on view at the “A” Space through December, Thursday through Sunday from 2 to 7:30 p.m.

The “A” Space is located below New Hope Arts at 37 W. Bridge St.

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