Douglas Anderson: Recent Work

Douglas Anderson: Recent Work

December 26 – January 26 2013

Opening reception: December 27, 5-8pm

Blue Mountain Gallery announces an exhibition of recent works by Douglas Anderson. The artist returns to the gallery for his first solo show since 2006 with a series of abstract images on paper. Drawing his inspiration from the masters of calligraphy of China and Japan, who sometimes describe their approaches as “walking” or “running” styles, Anderson, in these new paintings, has created whole universes with no more than black ink or pencil. He is attracted to the metaphor walking/running and thinks it describes perfectly his attempts to draw at the speed of thought, which is sometimes slow and ponderous and sometimes faster than the hand can record.

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Blue Mountain Gallery: Points of View

Points of View       Group Exhibition, Gallery Artists

December 1 – 22, 2012   Opening reception :  Saturday, Dec. 1, 3 – 6pm

Most artworks are pictured on exhibition page (click here)

• Standpoint • Position • Approach • Stance • Opinion • Vantage Point •
• Angle • Survey • Scrutiny • Perspective • Belief • Attitude • Judgment •

Blue Mountain Gallery showcases the gallery artists in “Points of View” December 1-22 with a reception Saturday, December 1st from 3 to 6 pm.  While any work of art is an artist’s point of view, the works in this exhibition focus on that quality.  The pieces include interpretations of microscopic forms, expressive manipulations of unusual angles of vision, playful placements of figures whose points of view contrast with that of the artist and more abstract presentations of a visual experience.  Reflecting the broad range of artistic approaches, the literal positions taken include a range from precarious to stable, and the kind of details varies from carefully detailed to highly abstracted and expressive.  The exhibition includes sculpture, prints, drawings, mixed media and paintings.

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BMG at FDU: Points of View II

Blue Mountain Gallery at Fairleigh Dickinson University: Points of View

November 26  –  December 20, 2012

Several close up  images can be seen on line  Click Here


While any work of art is an artist’s point of view, the works in this exhibition focus on that quality.  The pieces include interpretations of microscopic forms, expressive manipulations of unusual angles of vision, playful placements of figures whose points of view contrast with that of the artist and more abstract presentations of a visual experience.  Reflecting the broad range of artistic approaches, the literal positions taken include a range from precarious to stable, and the kind of details varies from carefully detailed to highly abstracted and expressive.  The exhibition includes prints, drawings, mixed media and paintings.

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Jenny Toth: Capture and Release

Jenny Toth : Capture and Release

October 30 – November 29, 2012

Reception POSTPONED TO SATURDAY, November 10, 3-6pm

In this solo show, Toth further explores her passionate empathy for animals and their intimate connection to humans. The work is loosely based around the theme of being in some way captured or contained–by a leash, fence, rope, or dense foliage–contrasted with imagery of shattered constraints, animals set loose, breaking through to freedom. Always grounded in painting from direct observation, Toth continues to weave together self-portraiture with this thematic core, often with an understated humor.

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Deborah Stern and Marie Roberts: Occupied and Unwelcome

Deborah Stern and Marie Roberts

Occupied and Unwelcome 

October 2- 27, 2012

Artists’ Reception: Thursday, October 4th 5-8-pm

Marie Roberts (Brooklyn) and Deborah Stern (Tucson, Arizona) are artists who have known each other for many years, yet live in almost parallel universes. While distance separates them physically, they are in virtually constant daily contact and share many artistic and social views. This artistic collaboration is an outgrowth of their often similar worldview, each one emphasizing the stark nature of injustice and inequality that pervades their immediate environment.

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Sam Jungkurth: Paintings

Sam Jungkurth: Paintings

September 4 – 29, 2012

Artist Reception: Saturday Sept. 8, 3-6pm

Sam Jungkurth began his series “Nudes in a Geometric Landscape” in 2008 exploring the dynamic interaction of the human form placed within a geometric design. Color sculpts the geometry into habitable space where human drama comes to life. Line defines form and composition. Sam Jungkurth finds endless possibilities within these aesthetic confines bringing a fresh insight to the human condition.

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Shelley Joy: Abstract Modernism: Pirouettes Into Time

July 10-28, 2012

Reception: Thursday July 12, 5-8pm
Special Event: Saturday July 14, 3-6pm artist will be present
Closing Reception: Saturday July 28, 3-6pm artist will be present

Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to present selected oil paintings by Shelley Joy. As a high-spirited American original, she’s a visionary. Her knowledge and experience of dance, acting, and music all embody the word “Artist”. She believes in multi-faceted creativity when it comes to art, the art world and collaborations.

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Western Connecticut State University 2012 MFA Exhibition

Emerging Artists: 2012 WCSU MFA Thesis Exhibition

June 19 – July 7, 2012
Reception: Thursday June 21, 5-8 pm
Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce the 2012 MFA Thesis Exhibition from Western Connecticut State University. The exhibition will run from June 19 through July 7 with an opening reception on Thursday, June 21 from 5 to 8 pm. The Master of Fine Arts is the terminal degree for practicing artists, and the Thesis Exhibition is the capstone experience of that program, demonstrating a personal direction and mastery in the work of graduating artists. This year’s thesis class includes seven painters and three illustrators. They have thoughtful comments about their work.

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Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh: Charismatic Microfauna

CHARISMATIC MICROFAUNA

May 22 -June 16, 2012

Artist Reception: Thursday May 24, 6 – 8 pm

Gallery talk originally scheduled for May 26th will be rescheduled

MAKING THE INVISIBLE VISIBLE – Sculptor Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh, in collaboration with biological oceanographer Dr. Gareth Lawson at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, is pleased to announce THE PTEROPOD PROJECT: charismatic microfauna.

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Gina Sawin: New Work

April 24 – May 19

Opening reception: Thursday, April 26, 5 – 8 pm

Gina Sawin will exhibit recent work from her ongoing series of bird paintings.

Connected at once to earth, water, and sky, birds symbolize delicate ecological balances and, as a motif in Sawin’s paintings, they suggest our spiritual – and perhaps tenuous – connection to the planet. These shore and water birds, often featured alone, are suspended between the naturalistic and the emblematic, representing not necessarily how we see birds, but how we feel their presence.

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