WORK SPACE- STUDIO 113
This month the the Galeria, the showcases and the main Atrium of the Rotary Center for the Arts will be filled with work from the artists of STUDIO 113. JULIA TROPS, TRINA GANSON, ANGELA BONTEN, and LAURI COPEMAN explore their artistic expression independent of each other — each pursuing different mediums, different vision.
JULIA TROPS – Julia is a master of the art of freestyle impressionism. Her enthusiasm for color and form has spread from paint to sculpture and back again – from figures to flowers — from technicolor to black and white.
LAURI COPEMAN – ‘I endeavor to paint my dreams – my whole journey right now is in the study of old master’s styles so that I can communicate these visions more clearly.’
ANGELA BONTEN – ‘As an artist I am exploring my environment through the marks I make; whether it is a conceptual work such as my recent exhibition “Evolutionary Fugue” (www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb0JvHOGmFo ) or just taking time to relax and paint in nature. I make art… just because I do!’
TRINA GANSON – Trina’s realm is printmaking and paintwork. Her marvelous Critters and Creatures remind us that even the things we ignore have presence and — even romance.
I personally have very large works in this show, and it would be nice to here your thoughts… good or bad feed back is always welcome.
WORK SPACE is a celebration of diversity and cooperative intent.