Thursday, August 31, 2006

heather jarosz @ motor city

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Up this week was Heather Jarosz at Motor City. She experimented with an "alphabet series" of wood squares that portrayed a subject that started with each letter of the alphabet - from accordian to zeppelin. The images appeared to be xerox transfers on the wood but I didn't get a chance to chat with the artist to confirm. Many had sold - I thought they were nice for the space but still a little gimmicky and cutesy.
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5 Comments:

Anonymous  said...

how much were these priced at?

just curious.

5:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Exhibition Opportunity

First Annual National M.F.A. Juried Invitational

Category: Exhibition Opportunities [View all]
Posted by: Cranbrook Academy of Art
Deadline: 10/01/06

The FORUM Gallery at the Cranbrook Academy of Art is seeking submissions for their first ever National Juried M.F.A. Exhibition. All candidates currently enrolled in a degree-seeking Master's program are eligible. The exhibition will be held from November 15-28 with a closing reception on the 24th. One work will be selected to receive a prize of $500. The jurors are Detroit-scene gallerists Susanne Hilberry and Paul Kotula.

Submission Guidelines: All works submitted must be completed during the academic tenure. Any and all media will be accepted. The FORUM Gallery is especially keen to exhibit works that are challenging and address issues of site, interaction, and the "function" of the gallery. (Please see the FORUM website for complete details on submission packets: http://www.cranbrookart.edu/site/fac_forum.html). The deadline for entries is OCTOBER 1ST, 2006.

Contact: forum@cranbrook.edu

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh please, not another show juried by Detroit-scene gallerists that exhibits works that are challenging and address issues of site, interaction, and the "function" of the gallery.

7:34 PM  
Anonymous m. said...

The "function" of the gallery?

3:34 PM  
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