Stop by Quirk Gallery on June 5 at 5:00 PM for a sneak peak at their June exhibitions.
On June 5 at 5:00 PM, Quirk Gallery will host reception for three new exhibitions. A Q & A session with Shop Show artist, Rachel Rader, will take place at 7:00 PM.
Quirk Gallery’s June Main Gallery artist, Elizabeth Kendall, will show clay sculpture work from her show “A Measure of Grace.” Kendall states:
I work with lush white porcelain using tools and processes that are familiar to the kitchen, the sewing room and the clay studio. As I explore the curious and wonderful properties of this ceramic material I am also thinking about my history: childhood memories of my grandmother’s sewing room, my mother’s quirky sayings, red tutus and black ballet shoes; and my current life activities: sailing, travel, family time. The shapes that emerge are a conversation between my hands and the clay.
The June Shop Show artist, Rachel Rader, will show jewelry and sculptural work from her show “His Majesty.” Rader states:
The artifacts displayed in this space are the remnants of a lost civilization. Through recent excavations in the Crystal Pyramids at the Pivos Triangle, The Ancient Truth Investigators have begun to piece together how they lived. Under the reign of King Ea (approx. 7,000 BCE) , the Sea People were a society that prided themselves on their invocations of the Earth’s energies. Every dive that the A.T.I. team performs brings us one step closer to understanding the Sea People and their connection to our Human history.
The Vault artist for the month of June, Mary Fleming will show brightly colored drawings and paintings that focus on the theme of personal identity.