Past Exhibitions

Sacred Poems: Carole P. Kunstadt

Separate Ways: Linda Pearlman Karlsberg and Carole P. Kunstadt are sisters. Their childhood in Southeastern New England encouraged keen observation – a life integrated with the natural world, with an emphasis on the handcrafted, a constant pursuit of beauty and a reverence for quietude. They have pursued separate paths since attending art school – exploring Read More…

Transient Visions: Linda Pearlman Karlsberg

Separate Ways: Linda Pearlman Karlsberg and Carole P. Kunstadt are sisters. Their childhood in Southeastern New England encouraged keen observation – a life integrated with the natural world, with an emphasis on the handcrafted, a constant pursuit of beauty and a reverence for quietude. They have pursued separate paths since attending art school – exploring Read More…

FELIPE GALINDO – “MANHATITLAN”

ARTIST STATEMENT In my work I like to use the universal languages of art and humor to celebrate diversity inspires me. In some projects I find myself intertwining my Mexican cultural heritage with that of my adopted homeland. In my project Manhatitlan, I explore through humor, the encounter of Mexican and American cultures in the Read More…

ANDREA ARROYO -“ETERNAL” Works inspired by women from history and mythology

The Galleries at The Interchurch Center TREASURE ROOM GALLERY ARTIST STATEMENT My work celebrates women, while examining notions of race, gender and social justice. “Eternal” features images from my project “Flor de Vida” which includes works inspired by female characters from world history and mythology, and selections from my project-in-progress “Flor de Tierra, Homage to Read More…

FRANK MANN – OCULUS

Artist’s Statement These paintings are an extension of my interest in vision and visual perception. The image is created in relation to an internal model. The sensual quality of the surface reflects a layering of paint from which the form is derived in the automatic sense. This search for a personal language employs abstract as Read More…

Hubert Williams – Jazz 24 Volts

Artist’s Statement Every day I try to be a better photographer than I was the day before. As the saying goes… “You’re only as good as your last shoot!” What I enjoy most about photographing people is I get to see something deep, beyond their physical image. There is much more to capture than just Read More…

Homage to the Circle – Gerda Roze

Artist’s Statement There is an ever burning desire in me to create. Every new canvas is a beginning full of excitement, expectations and hope for successful results. I don’t despair when success eludes me as long as I know I had given my very best, and go on from there. Art has given meaning to Read More…

Flowers – Ecstasies of Color Perception – Helena Clare Pittmann

THE INTERCHURCH CENTER CORRIDOR GALLERY Artist Statement I am fascinated by color and its description of forms in their contexts. Color perception and color’s tonal translations are the joyful path I seem to walk. There is no destination but deeper and deeper seeing. No end to arrive at, no perfection to finally achieve. Only a Read More…

Rites of Spring – Leslie Shaw Zadoian

THE INTERCHURCH CENTER CORRIDOR GALLERY Artist’s Statement For me, all artwork begins when I am not working. It begins with my lifelong habit of looking closely at everything and contemplating color, shape, texture, space, and their relationships as they appear in daily life. I look at art, clouds, passing traffic, people’s faces, even such objects Read More…

ANOTHER WOMAN’S LIFE – MELANIE REIM

THE INTERCHURCH CENTER • TREASURE ROOM ARTIST STATEMENT There is something almost indescribable to me that happens when I am drawing on location. Whether it be witness to the early stirrings of a small town, the bustle of an outdoor market or surrounded by the rustling of sugar cane, I am excited and energized, yet Read More…

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