Here at The Art League we are surrounded by artists every day. We love when our gallery is renewed every month with a new set of beautiful artwork. However, you don’t have to work at The Art League to have access to the great exhibiting artists that show month after month in our gallery. If you’re anything like us, and have wondered why your favorite artists choose a certain medium, subject, or take on a piece…this is your chance!
Join exhibiting artists featured in the March “Open” exhibit for an exciting round of 5-Minute Artist Talks. Artists will talk about their process, the background behind their piece, and take questions from onlookers. Talks begin at 5:15 pm in the Gallery and be sure to stick around for our March Opening reception for the March Open exhibit and Ann Pickett’s “The Exuberance of Life” at 6:30 pm (there will be wine and cheese!). Want a sneak peek of who will be talking tomorrow? Scroll down and come prepared with your questions!
Sarah Dax Solano
Serenity, Oil, By Sarah Dax Solano
This large oil painting deserves several moments of viewing time.
Lebanon, NJ, Acrylic, Nancy Patrick
Were your eyes fooled into thinking this acrylic painting by Nancy Patrick was actually a photograph?
Double Pt. FL, Oil, Donnie Seale
Looking to put the light in your oil work? Seale might be the artist to ask!
Samena, Oil, Josie Vosoba
Vosoba’s landscape really tells a story…we’d love to hear more.
Phantoms, Photography, Wil Scott
Scott caught these two haunting figures at exxxxactly the right time.
Late Night, Mixed Media, Kristi Dobrovolski
Wonder what late night snacks Dobrovolski has on stock while painting? Are we the only ones that snack and paint?
A Bench to Dream in the Yard, Oil, Lynn Mehta
This sunny scene has us dreaming of Spring days in the park…what was Mehta’s inspiration?
The Old Guard Sentinel Tomb of the Unknown in the Rain, Photography, Paul Seymour
Seymour’s haunting use of black and white in this photograph is really better enjoyed closer up.
5 Pools, Photograph, McKnight
We’d love to know how danger McKnight was in trying to get this harrowingly beautiful shot.
Ragusa, Sicily, Photography, Lillis Werder
This scene makes us hungry for …a vacation to Italy.
Aghast, Drawing, Paul Reynolds
This drawing has an especially complex composition…we can’t wait to find out how Reynolds pulled it together.