Monday, August 24, 2009

The Dark Show and new works by Romaiello and Kaiser at Sage

Pam Farrell, Foriegn Soil No. 5, 18 x 18", encaustic on panel

The (Dark) Show

In The (Dark) Show, Pam Farrell, Michelle Marcuse, and Rob Solomon address the dark with a grain of salt, or perhaps a broad brush. Art history abounds with references to dark as a theme. For some, the dark suggests the unspeakable, the unknown, evil, the sinister, gloomy, and ominous. For these three artists, choice of palette represents more than a proclivity for dark thoughts. Light emerging from dark, shining a light in the dark, a playful interaction of opposites, and an exploration of space and time all offer the viewer an open-ended experience to explore individual ideas about the dark, to see beyond the expected.

The Dark Show

August 29-October 3 2009

Reception: Saturday, August 29 2-5 pm


1854 Germantown Avenue. Philadelphia, PA 19122.

More Information at Stratasphere

New Work: Blue Collar

Objects and Storms

September 6 - September 27, 2009
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 13, 6 - 8pm

SAGE PROJECTS 333 South Street, Philadelphia, PA.
The gallery is free and open to the public
Wednesdays and Thursdays 12-6pm, Friday, Saturday and Sundays 2-8pm


Stephanie Clayton said...

"the dark show" really looks interesting. i'd love to see it...instead, i'll have to check out the link.

pam farrell's work is inspiring and thought-provoking.

Carmelo Camacho said...

Magnifica la obra de Pam Farrell¡¡ Buen blog¡¡ Felicitaciones.