Archive for April, 2009
A series of artists participating in Modern Art 2009 will be featured in an rotating installation at the Egyptian Theater now until First Thursday in May. Go check out what these exciting artists are displaying in the windows!
The artists featured and the dates appearing are as follows:
APRIL 4TH-APRIL 11TH: THREE SEVENTHS VAGUE (shown below)
APRIL 12TH-APRIL 18TH: JONATHAN SADLER
APRIL 19TH-APRIL 25TH: GRANT OLSEN
APRIL 26TH-MAY 2ND: BENJAMIN LOVE
MAY 1ST-MAY 7TH: LISA PISANO
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For this event we will cover an entire room in canvas, creating a platform in which to stage a demonstration of award winning Idaho artist Kerry Moosman’s specific style of pottery building. The tools and materials of his hand built pottery will be displayed as well as pottery pieces in varying stages of production. To view more of Kerry Moosman’s work visit the Stewart Gallery online at http://www.stewartgallery.com/artists/moosman/moosman.html.
Sally Smoldering By rail v. y tomas
The Vague Collaborative (one Boise’s newest creative endeavors) will join us May 7th for Modern Art 2009 in room 235. As a group of creative individuals, they are interested in expanding each others knowledge and skills. From tattoos, to printmaking, to film, to belly dancing, the Vague Collaborative is an extremely diverse group of individuals. Through this collective, they are interested in sharing skills and ideas that foster both individual and group creativity.
Three of it members Tomas Montano, Jay Nelson and David Colcord will represent part of the groups talent. The three members share similar painting/printmaking/graphic design backgrounds. Their dreamy, nostalgic, pop culture influenced work, will grace the walls, the chairs and the bed of room 235 during Modern Art 2009.
We can’t wait!
For more info on The Vague Collabrative or it’s members please visit the following websites:
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