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“PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT”

Nonneta and Friends Creative presents PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT – an art exhibition by CHARLES WILKIN. Proof of Invisible Light is a continuation of Wilkin’s decades-long exploration of the unknown, the unspoken and intangible things that make us all human. His innate desire to extract beauty from an often unempathetic world has found a new path, […]

“PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT”

Nonneta and Friends Creative presents PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT – an art exhibition by CHARLES WILKIN. Proof of Invisible Light is a continuation of Wilkin’s decades-long exploration of the unknown, the unspoken and intangible things that make us all human. His innate desire to extract beauty from an often unempathetic world has found a new path, […]

“PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT”

Nonneta and Friends Creative presents PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT – an art exhibition by CHARLES WILKIN. Proof of Invisible Light is a continuation of Wilkin’s decades-long exploration of the unknown, the unspoken and intangible things that make us all human. His innate desire to extract beauty from an often unempathetic world has found a new path, […]

“PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT” OPENING RECEPTION

Nonneta and Friends Creative presents PROOF OF INVISIBLE LIGHT – an art exhibition by CHARLES WILKIN. OPENING RECEPTION Proof of Invisible Light is a continuation of Wilkin’s decades-long exploration of the unknown, the unspoken and intangible things that make us all human. His innate desire to extract beauty from an often unempathetic world has found a […]

Melissa Zexter | Phantom Web

Melissa Zexter combines embroidery with photography. Sewing by hand directly onto photographs that she has taken, she combines a traditional practical skill, embroidery, with a modern and mass reproducible process, photography. Her main concern is to explore the photograph’s material status as three-dimensional object as well as to examine issues of identity, memory and technology.

Heather Rubinstein | High Tide

Heather Bause-Rubinstein creates abstract paintings on found materials and reclaimed domestic textiles. The resulting pieces come together quilt-like, with the intense layering of paint and fabric, interwoven with textures and thread. She sources materials from thrift stores: household linens, crochets, cheap designer scarves, and women’s business jackets, often favoring fabrics made in the 1970s and 1980s, […]

TRANCE FORMATION

THIS EXHIBIT SHOWCASES THE UNIQUE TALENTS OF TWO WONDERFUL ARTISTS, CATHERINE CHESTERS AND HER MULTIMEDIA EXPERTISE AS WELL AS GEOFFREY HUTCHINSON AND HIS LIFELONG WORK AS A PHOTOGRAPHER AND PRINTER. THIS UNIQUE BODY OF WORK WAS CREATED IN PARTNERSHIP BY BOTH ARTISTS CONTRIBUTING LAYERS TO EACH PIECE. Open Hours: Monday – Saturday 12 – 6 […]

TRANCE FORMATION

THIS EXHIBIT SHOWCASES THE UNIQUE TALENTS OF TWO WONDERFUL ARTISTS, CATHERINE CHESTERS AND HER MULTIMEDIA EXPERTISE AS WELL AS GEOFFREY HUTCHINSON AND HIS LIFELONG WORK AS A PHOTOGRAPHER AND PRINTER. THIS UNIQUE BODY OF WORK WAS CREATED IN PARTNERSHIP BY BOTH ARTISTS CONTRIBUTING LAYERS TO EACH PIECE. Open Hours: Monday – Saturday 12 – 6 […]

THE RIVER by Noah Kalina

Noah Kalina is a photographer and artist based in Lumberland, NY. Noah’s work has been widely exhibited nationally and internationally. His ongoing project “Everyday”, which is a series of daily self portraits, has been parodied by The Simpsons and Family guy. Everyday has been cited as being one of the main influences behind “selfie” culture. Noah Kalina also works as a commercial photographer and has been commissioned by Google, Disney, Gucci, General Electric and David Webb. Noah was the primary photographer for the original Cabin Porn book and has published two other books, Bedmounds and Tiny Flock.

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