CURRENT EXHIBITS

HALLECK BAR GALLERY

Ann Johnston

Dye, Cloth, Thread: The Sierra Nevada July 3, 2018 - November 26, 2018 Ann Johnston’s art quilts aren’t your typical, every day quilts.  Each piece is like a painting with different tonal qualities, textures, and arrangements.  Her large-scale, hand-dyed pieces are inspired by geological formations, nature, and human influence on the landscape.  Join us for a reception and lecture with the artist on Friday, September 14 from 6 – 8 p.m.

Margery Friedlander

Reflection of the West

July 31, 2018 - September 23, 2018

Margery   Friedlander   is   an   artist   from   Hailey,   Idaho.      The   primary focus   of   her   work   is   landscape.      She   begins   with   a   photograph and    decides    what    direction    to    take    next—create    a    regular monotype   or   incorporate   a   photo   transfer.   Her   monotypes   have an    impressionistic    quality,    and    much    consideration    goes    into what colors and values will best achieve a dramatic scene.  The      transferred      images      are      a      more      straightforward representation   of   the   landscape,   but   Friedlander   often   includes monotypes   in   parts   of   the   picture   after   the   first   printing   in   order to   create   a   focus   and   to   direct   the   viewer’s   eye   through   the   work.     The   artistic   process   behind   her   prints   is   challenging,   layered,   and involves   patience   and   time,   yet   the   printmaking   method   allows Friedlander   to   present   the   landscape   in   a   way   that   reflects   how she feels when she is in nature. 

            

BARRICK GALLERY

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CURRENT EXHIBITS

HALLECK BAR GALLERY

Ann Johnston

Dye, Cloth, Thread: The Sierra Nevada July 3, 2018 - November 26, 2018 Ann Johnston’s art quilts aren’t your typical, every day quilts.  Each piece is like a painting with different tonal qualities, textures, and arrangements.  Her large- scale, hand-dyed pieces are inspired by geological formations, nature, and human influence on the landscape.  Join us for a reception and lecture with the artist on Friday, September 14 from 6 – 8 p.m.

Margery Friedlander

Reflection of the West

July 31, 2018 - September 23, 2018

Margery   Friedlander   is   an   artist   from   Hailey,   Idaho.     The   primary   focus   of   her   work   is   landscape.      She begins   with   a   photograph   and   decides   what   direction to     take     next—create     a     regular     monotype     or incorporate   a   photo   transfer.   Her   monotypes   have   an impressionistic   quality,   and   much   consideration   goes into    what    colors    and    values    will    best    achieve    a dramatic scene.  The    transferred    images    are    a    more    straightforward representation   of   the   landscape,   but   Friedlander   often includes   monotypes   in   parts   of   the   picture   after   the first   printing   in   order   to   create   a   focus   and   to   direct the    viewer’s    eye    through    the    work.        The    artistic process   behind   her   prints   is   challenging,   layered,   and involves    patience    and    time,    yet    the    printmaking method   allows   Friedlander   to   present   the   landscape   in a way that reflects how she feels when she is in nature. 

            

   BARRICK GALLERY

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