This Week: July 30 – August 5


Opening Reception for Juan Logan: Long Silence
6-8 p.m.

This is Logan’s first gallery exhibition in a while, and it features paintings and works on paper from his most recent body of work, Elegies. A common theme among the works is constellation-like lines connecting randomly places dots, creating fictional networks that reference our universal connectedness. According to the gallery’s press release these intriguing maps “reinforce our obligation to one another and to unconditional empathy as a means against indifference.”

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Juan Logan, Elegy XXX, 2018. Acrylic on Fabriano Artistico 300lb hot press paper, 22-1/4 x 30-1/2 inches


McColl Center Alumni and Local artist Showcase
Anne Neilson Fine Art
6-8 p.m.

The Morrison Square gallery will exhibit works by Linda Luise Brown, Ivan Toth Depeña, Tony Griffin, Diane Hughes, Carmella Jarvi, Terry Shipley and Kristen van Diggelen Sloan. This exhibition will be very diverse in media and will include glass, ceramics, photography and abstract and realist paintings.

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Kristen van Diggelen Sloan, Desert Amma I, Ceramic, 15x9x9 inches.

McColl Center for Art + Innovation
6-9 p.m.

Raise a glass to the end of another successful artist residency season at McColl Center by celebrating summer artists-in-residence Eliana Arenas, Julio Gonzalez, Monique Luck, April Marten, Antoine Williams, and Stephanie J. Woods. (Their summer residencies end on August 10, 2018.)


Katie Walker: Aerial View Opening Reception
Hodges Taylor Gallery
6-8 p.m.

Painter Katie Walker presents recent works rendered in her “expressionistic map-making” style, which are birds eye views of places from her memories. In her studio, she paints on the floor to allow herself the correct perspective from above. The compositions are colorful and filled with flat, geometric planes as well as calligraphic, sweeping strokes. Walker has been associated with Hodges Taylor since the late 1990s and is based in Greenville, SC.

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Katie Walker, When He Told Her She Talked Too Much, 2015. Acrylic on Canvas, 47 x 73 inches.

First Friday Gallery Crawl
South End (various galleries)

While you are in the neighborhood seeing the new Katie Walker show, visit Elder Gallery, Lark and Key, Magnolia Emporium, and C3 Lab to see more art!

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