NAACO Gallery presents it's December group show of NAACO member work. Just in time for the holiday season, this exhibition explores the concept of "ornament."
Works on display range from decorative two-dimensional pieces to interpretive works and literal objects that can be hung on your Christmas tree or in your window as ornaments.
Don't miss this holiday show - work makes perfect gifts!
"Festivities" by Katherine Borkowski-Byrne, Acrylic on paper, 19 7/8" x 26 7/8" (framed)
"Blue Mugs" Oil painting by Ed Carson
An exhibition of selected works by member and nonmember gallery artists, exploring the ideas behind "tracks", such as mark-making, sequential items or notations.
Out of the Box is a month-long exhibition of NAACO gallery members. Members may show work that uses media that differs from that found in their primary body of work, explore new forms of expression, or investigate the path of a different creative process. For those who've visited the gallery before, "Out of the Box" will provide a fresh "twist" on artists whose work you might be familiar with. If you haven't visited the gallery yet, this is the time to do so, since this this is the final Thursday DownStreet Art event!
Kelly Lee Photograph, "Robot Mime, Venice, Italy"
Gallery-affiliated ceramic artist discussing thrown claywork and decorative surface treatments such as carving and sgraffito.
Gallery members and nonmembers exhibit a variety of media depicting artworks inspired by nature.
Gallery-affiliated jewelry artist discussing PMC (precious metal clay) jewelry techniques.
Sugar Bowl and Creamer Set by ceramist Jessica L. Phillips
A selection of 2D and 3D art which explores place settings and tableware, by member and nonmember gallery artists!
Gallery-affiliated fine artist discussing her unique process of creating coillage using acrylic mediums.
Our inaugural exhibition features every member with one select artwork and a brief introductory statement by the artist, himself.
Gallery-affiliated bookbinding/print artist discussing types and processes of creating handmade art books.
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