Doshi Exhibition Opening April 17th in Harrisburg

FOUND in TRANSITION

A juried DŌSHI exhibition at the Susquehanna Art Museum

Exhibiting Artists

Kevin Brady, JNVRI, 2014, paper collage

William Chambers, Electric Jacket, 2014, silkscreen with mixed media

Karen Commings, Orange, 2014, photograph

Mairin Egge, Journey, 2015, acrylic on canvas

Anne Finucane, Structure, 2014, pastel

Sarah Anne Frotscher, Millennium Monument, 2015, color intaglio etching

Jordan Grove, Artifact IV, 2015, oil on paper

Marguerita Hagan, Rongorongo 1, 2, & 3, 2014, ceramic

Nicole Herbert, Actions Project: Susquehanna Art Museum, 2015, mixed media

Kathy Hettinga, 4 3 2 CRY, Fracking, 2014, mixed media

Kathy Hettinga, Dairy Farm, Weld CO, January 1980, 5:30 a.m, 2014, archival digital print

Maaike Heitkönig, The Green-1970, 2014, acrylic

Bryson Leidich, Morning Fog, 2012, photograph

Kelly Neibert, Patrick, 2014, acrylic and mixed media

Judeth Pekala Hawkins, Light on Water, 2012, oil on canvas

Sharon Pierce McCullough, Tall Dark Handsome, 2014, mixed media

Aletheia Schmidt, Reveling, 2013, acrylic ink on Yupo

Pamela Souders, Vortex, 2015, mixed media

Jackie Thomas, Interlude: Repetition & Variation, 2015, fiber

Jesi Zinn, Headache, 2014, oil paint on wood

ON VIEW IN THE LOBBY GALLERY APRIL 17 – JULY 5, 2015

For the inaugural juried exhibition in SAM’s historic bank building, we feature contemporary works by Pennsylvania artists whose processes are as essential to the work of art as the final product. Process-focused art embraces fluid changes in the creative journey rather than following a predetermined plan.

The Process Art Movement that began in the 1960s was inspired by the subconscious creativity inherent in Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, and Performance Art. For example, the gestural application of paint on canvas by Jackson Pollock is pivotal to our understanding the finished painting. Art critic Harold Rosenberg famously referenced the active nature of Pollock’s work: “What was to go on the canvas was not a picture but an event,” he wrote. “The big moment came when it was decided to paint ‘just to paint.’” The final culmination is the pure human expression embedded in the creative process.

The exhibition is at the museum at 1401 North Third Street in Harrisburg. Admission is free during the opening from 6 to 9 p.m.

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Author: Bryson

Architectural/Commercial/Industrial Photographer - Digital Photography and Photoshop Educator

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