10 ARTISTS, 3 COUNTIES, ONE GREAT EXHIBITION

fold formed and pierced nickel and copper bowl
Oridon (super bowl II) ©2010 copper, nickel, brass 5"d x 1.25"h

Ever wonder if there’s a common thread connecting artists in a particular region?  Sharadin Art Gallery at Kutztown University asked that same question.  Their answer is Adjacencies, an exhibition showcasing the work of ten artists from Berks, Lehigh, and Lancaster counties.

Running from September 9th through October 10th, Adjacencies seeks to highlight the richness of artistic practice in the region.  The exhibition’s artists include photographers, mixed media artists, a printmaker, textile artists, and even me!

An opening reception will be held for Adjacencies on Thursday, September 9th from 4 until 6pm.  The Sharadin Art Gallery is located on the Campus of Kutztown University on the corner of College Blvd and W. Main St in Kutztown, PA.  For more information contact the gallery at 610-683-4546 or visit their website at http://www.kutztown.edu/acad/artgallery

©Kristen Tabone Woodward

Participants include:

  • Peggy Blei Hracho, Reading, PA; quilter
  • Ted Ormai, Kutztown, PA; sculptor

    Painting by Gregory Coates
  • N. Sarangoulis, Reading, PA and Valetta, Westtown,PA; recycled mixed media artist

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