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Gallery 1337 Upcoming Exhibits

 


 The Pleasure of Color

 
March 5–April 11, 2021
 
Virtual Art Walk and Artists’ Symposium: March 12 and April 9, 6pm
 
Featuring the artwork of:

T Barny, Debra Bibel, Jennifer Blalack, Mae Charles, Thomas Cooke, Jane Corich, Cynthia Correia, Christine Cox, Larry Davidson, Ian Day, Carol Durham, Emily Dvorin, Carole Fitzgerald, Jonathan Gaber, Rinat Goren, Margot Hartford, Kristy Headley, Stephanie Jucker, Xinyan Kong, Renate Kuprian, Liz Lauter, Nini Lion, Rachel Major, Patrick Marquis, Barbara McLain, Barbara Poole, Mary Shisler, Gordon Sizelove, Carol Thomas, Craig Upson, Amy Vidra, Joshua Warren, Sue Weil, Melissa Woodburn, Dave Yoas, Xueling Zou

 

Theme: Color has long been credited for affecting our emotions and attitudes. We daily choose colors to wear, setting the tone for the day ahead. Artists instinctively choose colors that speak to the mood of a work they are creating. Sometimes extreme pleasure is found in the accidental or purposeful combinations of colors. One can feel uplifted by the saturation of even just one color.

Juror: Susan Press, Curator and Artist

 


Beauty or Truth

an exhibition by Pacific Rim Sculptors

call for entries due: March 14

exhibition dates: April 23–June 11, 2021

Pacific Rim Scluptors may apply through: HERE

Non-PRS sculptors may join the membership then apply to the exhibit: HERE

 

Members of Pacific Rim Sculptors are encouraged to submit images of their three-dimensional artwork for consideration to be included in the exhibition BEAUTY or TRUTH.  

 
 

BEAUTY or TRUTH

While it is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, Merriam Webster defines it as “a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses” and truth as “that which is in accordance with fact or reality.” The Latin phrase Pulchritudo splendor veritatis (beauty is the splendor of truth) is thousands of years old, and suggests that beauty and truth are interrelated. John Keats famously declared “Beauty is truth, truth beauty, -- that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.”

 

As truth has been called into question in our current politically-charged era, we are seeking sculptural artworks that reference beauty or truth, ranging from the purely aesthetical to issue-related, or works that address both.

 

Learn more about the call for entries here: CALL FOR ENTRIES