Three Solo Exhibits Debut at ArtProv Gallery
Opening Reception to be held on Gallery Night Providence on November 15
ArtProv Gallery will open three solo shows on view from November 14 through January 19. Each exhibit explores the world from different perspectives to prompt viewers to reflect on their own perceptions of their surroundings.
Forms of Alchemy: This show, featuring the works of Adam Waimon, includes glass works inspired by a universal/timeless sense of adventure to explore and discover the vast depths of the ocean and interstellar space.
Reflection: Ken Steinkamp’s most recent body of work reflect his signature theme of life’s enigma by vigorously exploring surfaces on wood and acrylic panels that are enriched with piercing, subtle, impulsive lines, shapes and color. For this exhibition, Steinkamp has added a variety of metal panels to provide a reflective edge and, in turn, invite each viewer to reflect on their own world of shadows, dreams and enigma.
Night into Day: In this solo exhibit, Marjorie Hellman displays work that reflect her current living and studio space located in a once-thriving historic industrial area, where architectural remnants surround her in shafts of light, shadow and a multitude of overlapping diagonals. She continues to contemplate the melding of historical influences and the impact of technology, digitization, and scientific discoveries on the making and perceiving of art.
An opening reception for the shows will be held during Gallery Night Providence on November 15. For more information, visit www.ArtProvGallery.com, call 401-641-5182 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the website for weekly hours and events.