Featuring: Kirby Fredendall
Date: June 11, 12, & 13th from noon until 5pm
Location: 1448 Street Road New Hope PA 18938
Kirby Fredendall is a painter raised in Carversville amidst the vibrant arts culture that has defined the
area since artists first arrived to establish residence on the old farms and in the eclectic river towns.
Her most recent work explores love of the color and light in the landscape and nearly always involve a
body of water, whether from her favorite lakes of the Adirondack mountains or her travels to coastal
Fredendall enjoys the manipulation of materials and how process in itself contributes to the life
and form of the final image. Dramatic, gestural lines describe the play of light and wind across the
water, while softer marks add life to the slow movement of rain laden clouds. Areas of sky, water, and
land are knit together with brushstrokes to represent their seamless interaction under the common
conditions of weather and time.
“It’s almost as if the artist was able to capture that elusive space between the physical landscape and the
mental manifestations of being there; she packages up that tenuous space and serves it to us on canvas.”
-Deborah Kostianovsky From InLiquid
Alex Damevski is a photographer born in 1960 in the former Yugoslavia. Damevsk and his family
emigrated to the Rochester NY in 1968 where he grew up and then attended Syracuse University and
the Temple University Dental School.
Damevski is drawn to nearly every subject for his photography. He has an eye for everything from the
landscape to the figure. Everything from the textures on the Steel Stacks in Bethlehem to the
landscapes of the Adirondacks to the simple setting on the table find their way into his images. For this
event he will. be curating paired images and has entitled this body of work “Pairings.”