Embodiment: Figure in Art

Embodiment: Figure in Art

This Deadline Expired: Friday, February 7, 2020

EMBODIMENT:FIGURE IN ART
February 7 – March 22, 2020

3rd Street Gallery is pleased to present its first community art show, Embodiment: Figure in Art, in its new Queen Village/Head House Square space, on view from First Friday, February 7 through Sunday, March 22.

Embodiment: Figure in Art features a collection of contemporary artworks by local artists that focuses on the figural form and unique perspectives on the human condition.

Expressed through a variety of media, styles and concepts, this eclectic grouping of works explores the significance of one of the longest standing traditions in art – the figure as muse.

Jazmyn Crosby
Jazmyn Crosby
An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.
Favi Dubo
Favi Dubo

An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.…

An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.…

An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.…

Diane Szczepaniak
Diane Szczepaniak
My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative.
Rochelle Dinkin
Rochelle Dinkin

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale;…

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative. …

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative. …

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations out of hand-cut Tyvek—a nonwoven material most familiar as an insulating wrap used in the construction industry. These environments might be fairy-tale forests or the sites of biological disasters. Perhaps both.
Summer J. Hart
Summer J. Hart

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations…

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations out of hand-cut Tyvek—a nonwoven material most familiar as an insulating…

Influenced by folklore, superstition, divination, & forgotten territories reclaimed by nature, I create immersive installations out of hand-cut Tyvek—a nonwoven material most familiar as an insulating wrap used in the construction…

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