Sculptural works by Kyle Brandt-Lubart
So sorry, friends, but we need to reschedule this sun printing workshop due to family needs. Thank you for understanding!
Join artist Erica Popp to celebrate Earth Day with a hands-on Saturday Sun Printing Workshop at Erica Popp Studios + Gallery. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the art of cyanotype printing and will create their own prints using found materials from nature.
About the instructor: Erica Popp is a professional artist, curator, writer, and gallery owner. She has taught photography and writing at the college level at Principia College and St. Louis Community College. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and licensed by companies such as Urban Outfitters.
Tuition: $90 includes all supplies needed to make 4 original prints. Participants may bring their own paper and nature materials if desired. Pre-registration required.
Register Here: http://ericapopp.com/workshops
Join us the second Saturday of every month as we meet to discuss relevant topics for professional and budding artists. Enjoy hot tea and see the current exhibition in the gallery. It's a great time for networking and community-building. Doors open at 10-ish. Babies welcome!
Join us for the opening reception for Separate / Illuminate, the second exhibition at Erica Popp Studios + Gallery.
Seattle artist Amber Adkins creates mixed media work as an exploration of loss and resiliency. Her abstracted images of the natural world are are cut up and hand-stitched back together. The repairs in black linen are highlighted with gold thread, a nod to the Japanese art of Kintsugi. Her imagery and color pallet are reminiscent of Pacific Northwest Landscapes, and speak to feelings of separation and sadness, but also of healing and hope.
"A Free Space Between Intersections," celebrates queer Black men at the intersection of race and equality, contrasted against the backdrop of desertion and abandonment. The vibrant photographs are a means to claim space in the discussion about equality and bring Black queer bodies into open spaces.
Join us on Saturday, February 24, 1:00-4:00pm to hear more about the creative process of artist Shabez Jamal as he created this series of joyful, personal photographs. Doors open at 1:00pm. Artist Talk begins at 1:30pm with question and answer and reception to follow.