Exposed: Revealing the Light & Shadows
A story telling exhibit in black, white and shades of grey featuring the artwork of John Chang, Nofar Horovitz, Yamel Molario and Becky Slemmons.
November 8 - Dec. 29, 2019
Playing with Perception
September 20 - October 27, 2019
The art of Steven Chayt and Barry Kite
The artists build visual narratives by deconstructing perceptions to provoke thought in the viewer.
Discarded Matter: Object Reimagined
DISCARDED MATTER: Objects Reimagined
June 7 - September 8, 2019
An exhibition designed from salvaged parts that explores the hidden potential and impact of what is thrown away.
Featuring the artwork of
Aaron Kramer, Lana Shuttleworth and Jamieson Thomas
The Sun Always Shines at Temple Beth-El
May 9 - May 16, 2019
Featuring the work of more than 100 student artists
Surface Interpretations: The Paintings of Antoinette Slick
March 8 – April 19, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, March 8, 2019 from 6-8pm
This exhibit presents a series of nonobjective abstract paintings by Ormond Beach artist, Antoinette Slick, dealing with the complexity of unending surfaces that surround us. Informed by walls, floors, ceilings and doors, Slick is intrigued by the human emotional content of these surfaces and how it is influenced by everyday happenings over vast periods of time. Exploring with geometric, organic and symbolic shapes the artist juxtaposes the structure of gridded surfaces with cryptic mark making and spontaneous color to construct a metaphor for this ever-changing kaleidoscope of experiences.
Revisiting "Women of the Uncommon Cloth 2012", three female artists create using fiber as their primary medium.
Images clockwise from top left "Pink Horizon" by Laura Mongiovi, "Bystander" by June Lee and "Microfiber Organisism" by Sooo-z-Mastrapietro
"Influenced by Sound"
Nov. 9 – Jan. 13, 2019
The Florida Artists Group brought the work of 20 members, all professional artists, to an exhibit from November 9, 2018 – January 13, 2019.
The exhibition will featurde 38 pieces including painting, sculpture and photography. While creating work for this exhibit, each artist was inspired by a specific sound. As a result, the exhibit reflects a wide range of emotions, including the calming effects experienced while listening to music and the grief experienced in the aftermath of gun violence.
Images closckwise from top left: "Harmony" by Cheryl Bogdanowitsch, "Speaking in Colors" by Jean Banas, "Far and Away" by Donne Bitner and "A Song for the Spirit" by Jane Jennings