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ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection (August 22, 2020- October 26, 2020)

ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection is an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, through more than 40 inspiring paintings, sculptures, works on paper and photographs. Curated by Jared Packard-Winkler and organized for tour by International Arts & Artists, Washington D.C.



Symbolic Narrative: Ceramics by Taylor Robenalt (April 27, 2020-July 19, 2020)

Taylor Robenalt uses human forms, flora and fauna to illustrate emotion. Her body of work features clusters of animals and flowers constructed out of porcelain with glaze, gold luster and underglaze applications. In these pieces, the animal heads appear to be bursting out of a heavy cluster of flowers. With each piece created in the series, the flower clusters become more abundant and ornate, and the animals seem to multiply as if the work itself is alive and fertile. The overall black and white color scheme and the pops of color in the pieces are all important to the work.


Reflections: The Artistic Spirit of Merv Corning (April 27, 2020- July 19, 2020)


Once in a great while, working in the world of art and artists you come in contact with a singular soul that stirs the senses and emotions – an artistic sprit whose story moves both your mind and heart. It is with great pleasure that we share with you Merv Corning’s creative legacy.



Patient Work: Watercolors by J.D. Titzel (April 27, 2020- July 19, 2020)

J.D. Titzel is a retired pilot who flew thousands of hours as captain on large three and four engine jets before retiring to paint full time for the past thirty years. During his career as a pilot, he was paired in crews of 3 and retirement left him alone with his painting for 10 hours a day. It took patience to adapt to the contrast in careers and his watercolor paintings are evidence to the result of his patience.




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