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    Steve Ruddy
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      Hello Friends of the Gallery,

      The art department would like to invite you to join us next Thursday for an opening reception at the Robert F. Agrella Art Gallery. Thursday October 27th from 4:00-6:00pm

       

      The exhibition was curated by SRJC art faculty Christopher Woodcock and was hung with help from students enrolled in Exhibition Design Art 53. The show will be on view from October 24th through December 9th and can be seen anytime during our regular gallery hours.

       

      The exhibition “A Library of Forms” is a riot of color and movement. Each artist explores concepts of movement, color, light and form. Images and sculptures are presented with a kind of experimental joy. Each artist is looking at the fundamental elements of art in a fairly systematic way. These works feel like experiments with some variables held constant and others in flux.

       

      The pieces in this exhibition serve documentation or studies and give us insight into the studio. How do artists think when moving from one piece to the next? Every piece is a question that is answered by another question.

      The SRJC Robert F. Agrella Gallery is located at 1501 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa, CA
      on the first floor of Doyle Library
      I hope to see you there!

      Hannah Skoonberg
      Gallery Director
      The art department would like to invite you to join us next Thursday for an opening reception at the Robert F. Agrella Art Gallery. Thursday October 27th from 4:00-6:00pm

       

      The exhibition was curated by SRJC art faculty Christopher Woodcock and was hung with help from students enrolled in Exhibition Design Art 53. The show will be on view from October 24th through December 9th and can be seen anytime during our regular gallery hours.

       

      The exhibition “A Library of Forms” is a riot of color and movement. Each artist explores concepts of movement, color, light and form. Images and sculptures are presented with a kind of experimental joy. Each artist is looking at the fundamental elements of art in a fairly systematic way. These works feel like experiments with some variables held constant and others in flux.

       

      The pieces in this exhibition serve documentation or studies and give us insight into the studio. How do artists think when moving from one piece to the next? Every piece is a question that is answered by another question.

      SRJC Agrella Gallery by Hannah Skoonberg
      1501 Mendocino Ave Santa Rosa, CA 95401 USA
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