3rd Street Gallery, an artist-run collective since 1972, hosts its first community art show Embodiment: Figure in Art in its’ new Queen Village/Head House Square space beginning Friday, January 24 and lasting through Sunday, March 22. A collection of works from local artists sharing their renderings of the figural form and perspectives on the human condition fill the gallery walls. Expressed through a wide variety of media, styles, and concepts, this eclectic grouping of contemporary artworks reveals the significance of one of the longest standing traditions in art; the figure as muse.
Sherri Andrews, Reena Brooks, Lydia Hamilton Brown, N. O. Brown, Joanne Carothers, Jodee Clifford, Eleanor Day, Debora Rosa Dias, Nicole Patrice Dul, Renee P. Egan, Sharon Egan, Elaine M. Erne, Jacque Ferretti, Sidney Gary, Michelle Haberl, Matthew Hall, Aaron Kalinay, Morgan L. Loggia, Yunia Lores, Emilio Maldonado, David Meadow, Mark Moscarello, Kara Mshinda, Janis B. Pinkston, Jamie Punzalan, Kathy Robinson, Blanche Levitt Torphy, Miriam Seeger, Anthony Tsirantonakis, Dale B. Vansant, Ekaterina Vanovskaya, Angela C. Vitale, Ian J. F. Wagner, William Wallace III, Janine Wheatley