April 13 - May 5th, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 13 , 6-9 p.m.
Main Gallery: Wet
Faith Adams / Carla Goldberg /Russell Ritell / Melissa Schlobohm
In the Beacon Room: Eva Drizhal / Enigma
A new group show of works by all BAU artists
A group show of images that explore the dark recesses of the deep blue "O"
Faith Adams, Carla Goldberg, Russell Ritell and Melissa Schlobohm have created a pod of sea creatures that haunt the ocean depths.
The exhibit features ceramics, drawings, paintings, sculpture and prints by masters in their mediums
This is the 172nd consecutive exhibition at BAU Gallery.
For more information contact Carla Goldberg- PR manager, 845 222-0177
Gallery Hours are Saturdays and Sundays 12-6 p.m.
Eva Drizhal / Enigma
NATURE IS MY MAJOR INSPIRATION
“Rooted in the European culture, my earlier works specialized in weaving, then illustrations and paintings. In black and white drawings, I expressed my political views. Obsessiveness for details led my creativity to 3-D objects inspired by images of close-ups of nature, such as seeds, pollen, etc. I am working with paperclay and other organic material, using all kinds of acrylic colors to evoke in viewers not only visual aspects but also a touch.”
Eva was born in Prague and immigrated to the United States in 1979. She lives and produces her artwork in Calicoon, NY.