Anulfo Baez: The Evolving Critic
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Here is an example of what I am doing at the Hambidge Center of Creative Arts & Sciences in Northern Georgia. Taking Card Catalog cards that I got from Amesbury Public Library (thank you Julie) and Western Carolina University (thank you Sandy) I create new narratives that when sewn together tell stories of women, adventure, politics, wilderness, and friendship. Securely scaffold onto tree branches and vines from the local forest, they evoke memory, comfort, and security of the many days spent in the library among paper, type, binding, wood, and soft light.
Two weeks at the Hambidge residency isn’t enough. The area is beautiful in the spring with blooming flowing trees and daffodils. The Red buds were spectacular.
My many jaunts took me along clear flowing rivers and streams, over mountain passes, and through extensive forests.
The cabin was huge for one person but just right for one visual artist. It gave me room to expand my materials and ideas.
Thank you Hambidge!!
What happens when a photographer, a painter, and an art gallery get together? Come see!
A new exhibition featuring …..
Photographs by Lydia Harris
……and called “Building Community” is happening at the Essex Art Center’s lovely Sidell Gallery, located in a renovated mill building in Lawrence, just off 495. There will be a grand opening party on March 11, 2016, from 5 to 7PM. The exhibition continues through the end of April.
We would love to see you at the opening celebration. Please join us!
Essex Art Center is located at 56 Island St., Lawrence, Massachusetts
Show runs from March 11th – April 29th
Holiday Show and Sale
November 27 – December 24, 2015
65 Water Street, Newburyport MA
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11a.m.-5p.m., Sunday 1-5p.m., Closed Monday
The artists invite the public to join them on Thursday, July 23rd at 6pm for an exchange of ideas on comfort in potentially uncomfortable situations, and to help finish a participatory sculpture, The Comfort Structure.
300 Summer Street
Read the Article: http://www.artsatl.com/2015/06/photographer-lydia-harris/