The exhibition is opened from January 31, 2020 until May 01, 2020.
Joanne B Kaar
10 am - 16 pm
Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh
Joanne B Kaar was invited by the British lichen Society and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, to exhibit 'North', her embossed paper coat inspired by coastal lichens, and a selection of here watercolour studies of rocks.
"...Lichens are one of the richest parts of Scotland's internationally important diversity and RBGE has a long legacy of promoting their scientific understanding.
They are also a constant source of wonder for artists: the splashes of colour on our rocky shores; the surprising quiet filigree of finely-wrought life on a winter twig; the luxurious tapestry draping and dripping off limbs in the western woods. Many are equally intrigued by the very special relationships between the fungi, algae and cyanobacteria that live together symbiotically as lichens.
This exhibition, curated by Sarah Roberts, highlights the beauty and intricacy of these fascinating organisms featuring expert scientific illustrations, contemporary artworks and work produced in art-science classes and botanical illustration courses here at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh...."
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The exhibition is opened from January 24, 2020 until April 30, 2020.
To be scheduled.
University of New England, Ketchum Gallery, Biddeford, Maine
SANCTUARY is a traveling art installation to be exhibited in medical centers, hospitals, art galleries, and academic sites across the US
Writer, Emily Rapp Black and artist, Carrie Scanga will interpret viewers’ stories of medical circumstances in visual and textual forms in an ever-changing paper installation accompanied by written text.
In each venue, viewers are invited to record and submit their stories within the immersive installation. After each venue, Scanga and Black will dismantle the sculpture and read/listen to all submitted stories, identifying moments of rupture, healing, working-through, and/or peace. Based on viewers’ submissions, the collaborators will change both the paper structure of the installation and the textual accompaniment. Blacks’ accompanying essays will provide intellectual context by interweaving viewers’ submitted stories with trauma theory, philosophy, and personal experience.
All submissions will be kept anonymous. SANCTUARY is a living installation, a space that hears experiences of those working in, admitted to, or visiting medical centers. It seeks to have communal, cultural, and intellectual impact. Medical conditions often create feelings of isolation; by comingling two powerful modalities—visual and textual--SANCTUARY actively reverses such isolation. The changing installation echoes the idea that collective storytelling acts as a dynamic vehicle for individual and social change. SANCTUARY demonstrates new ways of thinking about peoples’ life experiences that involve medical care, moving beyond commonly-used terms such as “survival” and “resiliency.” Rather than viewing recovery as the end goal, our project encourages medical conditions and recovery to co-exist, giving visual and verbal forms to both processes.
The exhibition is opened from January 23, 2020 until April 19, 2020.
Monday - Thursday 9 am - 6 pm
Friday 9 am - 4 pm
The starting point of Heike Berl's most recent work is the rose in the context of both contemporary and contemporary history: the Munich resistance group "White Rose" around the Scholl brothers and sisters or the annual "White Rose" campaign held in Dresden since 2005 on February 13th. Heike Berl sees her artistic engagement with the rose motif as a question of where to go, as a pictorial contribution to human values.
In spring 2020 the current works of the series WEISSE ROSE - Nature and Symbol will be shown in a large solo exhibition at the Saxon State Medical Association in Dresden.
The exhibition is opened from February 03, 2020 until April 03, 2020.
OLGA SERRAL CLARÓS
Daily, 24 hours
Puerto de Mataro
On display are 13 large format works on 100% cotton craft paper with natural fibers, collage and embossing, volume and relief.
Square works measure 100x100 cm.
Large rectangular works measure 150x150 cm.
The exhibition is opened from December 02, 2019 until March 31, 2020.
Joanne B Kaar
Monday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Dunnet Bay Distillers Ltd.
Dunnet Bay Distillery
There will be 4 artworks by Joanne B Kaar in the exhibition, each one includes handmade papers made using rose root botanicals.
"....We would like to exhibit a range of work Inspired By Gin from paintings, ceramics, textiles, glass, wood and much more. The theme of Inspired 'By Gin' can be interpreted in a variety of different ways from the botanicals used to make Rock Rose Gin, to the landscape of Caithness or the history of gin..."
Phone: + 44 0 18 47 85 12 87
The exhibition is opened from September 29, 2019 until March 29, 2020.
Park Seo-Bo, Minjung Kim
Daily from 10 am - 6 pm
Closed on December 16 - 26, 2019
Opened December 27- 30, 2019
Closed on December 31, 2019 - January 10, 2020
Raketenstation Hombroich 1
In 1983, Park Seo-Bo began using hanji paper, the traditional Korean paper made from the bark of the mulberry tree. In this process, the paper is moistened and applied in layers to the canvas, formed with various tools and then processed to create a sculptural picture surface. This development, together with the introduction of color, allowed Park to expand his artistic practice without abandoning his desire to create emptiness through reduction.
The exhibition will take place throughout the museum and comprises 40 works that provide a broad overview of his practice.
Minjung Kim's abstract paintings are created using layers of Hanji – a traditional Korean paper made from the inner bark of mulberry trees. Using the rhythm of her breath on a lit incense stick, she gently and rhythmically burns the edges of each individual strip, and using a traditional Korean gluing technique painstakingly collages these strips, layer by layer, onto a larger Hanji surface.
The exhibition is opened from February 12, 2020 until March 08, 2020.
Daily except Tuesday
2 pm - 6 pm
Vieux phare de Penmarc’h
rue des naufragés du 23 mai 1925
Michel Olivier - ''marine impressions''
Maritime Discovery Centre, Old Lighthouse of Penmarc'h, Finistère France
Uniting typography and paper, on the theme maritime impressions. A passionate encounter to sublimate the paper, to praise it, give it another dimension, new forms. Present it as a living matter. Play on gramages and pulp linen, hemp or mule bark, to give birth to unexpected creations. A story like no other, the idea of a hyphen for the same passion.
The exhibition is opened from January 23, 2020 until February 29, 2020.
Elly Prestegård, Ellen Marie Blakstad Paus, Rebecca Nordbø
Thuesday 10 am - 5 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 5 pm
Thursday 10 am - 6 pm
Friday 10 am - 5pm
Saturday 12 am - 4 pm
Galleri Norske Grafikere
With focus on paper as medium and expression, three of the members of Norwegian Printmakers are showing their approach in the gallery. Elly Prestegard is showing pulp paintings in wall assemblies, Ellen Marie Blakstad Paus has worked with the various expressions from straw as her material, and Rebecca Nordbø is creating sculptural books.
The exhibition is opened from February 13, 2020 until February 29, 2020.
Ronald Regamey - Group Show
Opening Reception: February 15, 2020 from 1 - 3 pm
Thursday to Saturday
10 am – 4 pm
or by appointment
5 Peter Street South
Back by popular demand! This year’s annual juried exhibition features artwork by Tyler Grace, Samatha Vessios, Gayle Schofield, Heather Price-Jones, Stephanie Cloutier, Laurie Herd, Patti Agapi, Melissa Robertson, Janine Wheeler, Kelly O’Neill, Midori Fullerton, Paige Lauren Stephen, Shelley Sleeman and Ronald Regamey.
Artists in attendance.
The exhibition is opened from February 18, 2020 until February 29, 2020.
Tuesday - Friday 11 am - 5 pm
Saturday 11 am - 3 pm
Sunday, Monday closed
45 downstairs gallery
45 Flinders Lane
When making my most recent work about climate change I created paper from cotton workmen’s shirts and bed sheets donated to the families who were affected by floods in north Queensland. To this paper pulp I added soot and burnt leaf inclusions which were washed onto the beach after the rolling succession of Australian bushfires. Onto these papers I stitched crushed paper stained with orange, red and black ink to represent fiery embers.
In my artist residency in Iceland in 2019, I made paper denoting ‘melting glaciers’ also from the same bed linen paper pulp and embedded it into sections of washed up fishing net which had been mended and re-mended. In previous work about the northern NSW floods of 2017 when my art studio was flooded, I collaged flood marked and silt stained papers together to create a narrative of survival and resilience .
These materials carry the energy of places affected by climate change. They are a metaphor for our planetary interconnectedness and speak of the hopeful efforts to address and mend this climatic emergency.
Iceland - Artist in Residence Heather Matthew
Homepage Heather Matthew
The exhibition is opened from February 01, 2020 until February 28, 2020.
Opening Reception: February 01, 2020 - 2 pm
Wednesday - Thursday 1-5 pm
Saturday - Sunday 10 am - 15 pm
DK 6800 Varde
There will be opening speeches by Kate Skjerning and music by guitarist Christian N. K. Hansen as we open Anni Fiil's exhibition BACK.
In February, there is paper art on the program when the artist Anni Fiil shows paper works from different periods in her artistic work, combined with brand new works created for the exhibition at Kunsthal VARTe.
It is a retrospective exhibition and the title thus refers to the artist's previously performed paper works: “It will be fun for me to look back and find out how to combine the works into a whole so that they form an exciting and varied exhibition - try to find out whether I can always recognize myself in the works, or whether there is someone who should be discarded and never shown again, or whether they should simply be shown in another context? I want to find out how events in my life have, or may not have at all, affected my artistic work, ” says Anni Fiil.
The exhibition is opened from February 14, 2020 until February 26, 2020.
Joanne B. Kaar
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and Scotland UK
Details here: https://www.facebook.com/CraftCouncilNL/
Nucleus latest exhibition launches on the 14th of February 2020 with a talk from Artist Joanne B Kaar at 11am.
Simultaneously Newfoundland’s exhibition at the Craft Council of Newfound and Labrador Gallery will also launch. Also on display at the Nucleus will be historical documents from the period of the flight and selected drawings from Joanne Kaar.
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