Opening February 6th, DVAA Alliance Gallery, Narrowsburg, NY

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Photograph Copyright, John Rocklin. All rights reserved.

Photograph Copyright, John Rocklin. All rights reserved.

I am honored to part of a group show at the DVAA in Narrowsburg, NY. The Alliance Gallery kicks off the 2016 season with a group exhibition of artworks titled “About Face.” The exhibit opens on Saturday, February 6, with a reception from 2 – 4 pm, and will be on view through March 26.

As the title implies, “About Face” is an exhibition about faces and their complicated expressions. The show depicts “images of happiness, sadness, fear, pensiveness, mystery and intensity,” says gallery curator Rocky Pinciotti. “Each artist has chosen to portray the subject’s charisma, temperament, individuality and psyche in such a way that the viewer is pulled into the subject’s world through the vehicle of the face—the mask we present to the world.”

The show grew out of general submissions received by the DVAA for the Alliance Gallery. Says Pinciotti, “A theme typically surfaces as we look through the submissions, and this year there were a number of unique works involving portraits.”

The exhibition includes an assortment of media including painting, photography, collage and woodcut prints. Artists in the exhibit include Mark Ciocca, Claire Lambe, Lisa LoCurto, Charles Maraia, Akira Ohiso, John Rocklin, Richard Seehausen, Miguel Tio, and Scott A. Woolsey.

Alliance Gallery is located at the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY, and is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm.

The opening reception for “About Face” will take place at the Delaware Arts Center on Saturday, February 6 from 2 to 4 pm, in conjunction with DVAA’s online Bgallery space which will be presenting “Altered Ego – Manipulated Self Portraits of and by the artist.”

For more information call 845-252-7576.

1 Comment

  1. Antonio  —  January 11, 2018 at 4:42 pm

    Absolutely love this photo of B.B. !!!!! One of those photos that you could lose track of time looking at it.


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