35 Channel Center

These exhibitions are part of FPAC’s ongoing art lending program with our neighbors 35 Channel Center.

Current Exhibition:

Andrew Klein

On view through November 2015

Reception: July 30, 5-8pm RSVP

Andrew Klein’s work will be on view as part of FPAC’s ongoing art lending program with our neighbors at 35 Channel Center. On view by appointment- contact emily (at) fortpointarts.org to set up.

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Previous Exhibitions:

Joanne Kaliontzis

On view February 15-June 2015

Reception: April 16, 6-8pm RSVP

Joanne Kaliontzis’ artwork is about visual reconstruction of
found printed graphics –mostly packaging, labels and antique greeting cards.
She twists images that have classic appeal, iconic sense of nostalgia,
and cultural stereotypes into colorful pop-infused digital works.

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Pamela Reynolds

On view through January 31st, 2015

Reception: 11/12 5-7pm

FPAC member Pamela Reynold’s work is on view by appointment through January 31st, 2015. Email susan@fortpointarts.org to schedule a viewing.

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Daniel van Ackere

July 7 2014- September 27 2014
Reception: 7/24 5-7pm
FPAC member Daniel van Ackere’s work is on view by appointment through September 27.
Email emily@fortpointarts.org to schedule a viewing.
Sleight of Hand
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Exploring Color Through Paint and Memory

Paintings by Ruth Fields

Through June 28th, 2014

RuthFields 35CC poster 11x17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 6-June 28th, 2014

viewable by appointment, email info@fortpointarts.org

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Previous Exhibitions:

Hay Buster and Friends

Paintings by IAN KENNELLY

Commercial and Fine Art Photography

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The current pace of today’s viewer is tied to their daily rush and fleeting glances, never really slowing down to observe the elements around them or the discarded objects underfoot. As a mediator, Ian Kennelly stops or slows down the pace and approach of the subjects that are typically ignored and seldom seen as beautiful. Through lush oil paint application, color and tonal relationships are explored in otherwise mundane vignettes of daily urban life. Within these paintings, the grace in the brut is exposed.

November 2013 -January 2014 

viewable by appointment, email info@fortpointarts.org

 

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By the sea, by the beautiful sea
Paintings by Ann Marie Scott
Opening Reception Thursday July 11, 2013
5:00-7:00pm
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About Ann Marie Scott 
“I have exhibited widely over the US and in Canada, been a grateful recipient of grants from the Rochester Arts Council, New York State Council on the Arts and Massachusetts Cultural Council, enjoyed artist-in-residencies at the American Academy in Rome, Pouch Cove, Newfoundland and in the Dune Shacks at the Cape Cod National Seashore and later this year with the National Park Service in Northern California. I am represented by the Lyman-Eyer Gallery in Provincetown, MA and an exhibiting member of the Provincetown Art Association Museum and Salmagundi Club in New York City. “
About the work:
“I go to the sea and shore to relax, shed worries, beach comb, meditate and walk.  When I stand in the surf staring out over the vastness of it I’m keenly aware of how little we know about the ocean, I that find scary and thrilling at the same time.  I prefer complete solitude when walking along the shore with only surf and sea birds as company and need the limitless space of the ocean as an antidote to the cramped city.   But painting the sea is also about weather and I’m a total weather junky.
Most of the work you see in this show comes from time spent in the Dune Shacks at the National Seashore where I had complete solitude and only the sounds of nature.  The times I’ve spent there have inspired an enormous body of work.  Other paintings in this show come from walks along Boston harbor and the many times I’ve been out in boats especially the Ptown fast ferry. “
-Ann Marie Scott

July-September 2013

 

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Jeffrey P. Heyne and Dorothea Van Camp

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Jeffrey Heyne: Fascia

An anatomical term, fascia refers to the membrane tissues that connect the body’s skin to its underlying muscles.  In this series, the idealized human face is photographically explored. Continuing an earlier line of inquiry examining allegorical sculpture, mannequins, and Barbie dolls; body image concepts are explored questioning the way we feel about ourselves, the way we emote those feelings to others, and how they are interpreted.

This series of work is based on photos of late 19th century marble sculptures. The images are blurred into a hyper soft-focus, further affecting the improbably perfect face. Some of the works utilize multiple mirror images, generating emergent pattern readings. Other works are repeated in a cinematic way, similar to Eadweard Muybridge’s stop-motion studies of the late 19th century, yielding various psychological overtones.

Jeffrey Heyne received a Bach. of Architecture from the Univ. of Cincinnati in 1985. He studied with the painter Jake Berthot at the International School of Art, Umbria Italy, and is the 2003 Barbara Singer Artist Award recipient. His work is found in the collections of Marriott Boutique Hotels, Boston Properties, Compaq Computers, Fidelity Investments, Boston Public Library. He has been represented locally by NK Gallery, Locco Ritoro Gallery, and Studio Soto at the 2007 Iberoamerican Art Fair in Caracas Venezuela.  In 2008 his work was featured in Columbia Picture’s black jack motion picture 21.

Dorothea Van Camp: Leonardo’s Lap

Dorothea Van Camp’s imagery is found in a process that makes use of printmaking, drawing and painting to arrive at something on the edge of recognition — somehow familiar but unknowable. Drawings that originate in a vector driven computer program are screen printed onto panels before being freely worked and manipulated with more oil paint. There is a persistent reference to “body” in the work that delights in commingling with hard lines and technical processes, echoing our ever-increasing mingling of flesh with technology.

Living and working in the Fort Point Channel neighborhood of Boston, Dorothea’s work is included in Manifest Gallery’s latest international painting annual INPA 2. Recent exhibitions include the Summer Juried Show at Sylvia White Gallery, Ventura, CA; the 2011 Glovebox Film Festival, Somerville; and Place at NK Gallery, Boston; with an upcoming two-person exhibit at Medicine Wheel Productions in South Boston in 2014.

A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design by way of Industrial Design and Medical Illustration at the University of Cincinnati, her work has been widely exhibited, reviewed and collected. 

January 15 – May 16, 2013
more information about Jeffrey Heyne and Dorothea Van Camp here

 

 

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Kate Gilbert 

at 35 Channel Center Street

September 2012-December 2012

More about Kate at:

http://kategilbertstudio.com