My part of the show is meant to show that art, like all journeys, is a process, not just finished work. As a scientist and artist, the scope of what you see reveals many artistic experiments in recent years. Some works are accompanied by the sketches that led me to certain conclusions. I have learned that good art comes from persistence, humility, and knowing when to stop and let the work speak for itself.
The Delaware Photographic Society presents "Images of the Natural World"—Friday, Nov.4, 2016
Many members of the Society have spent much of their time observing and photographing nature's diversity at home and in pristine corners of the planet. Some of the images show wildlife activity such as feeding, flying, babies and predators. Some of the Society members' best images have been collected for this exhibit. The photographers include Jerry amEnde who won the Ward Museum Wildlife Photography Competition grand prize this year.Contemporary Iranian Art in Colored Pencil by Mehdi Jadali—Friday, Dec. 2
Artist Statement: "Art is a process, not an event. When we listen to a piece of music or look at a painting, the process that began the moment the artist started to create the piece will become a collaboration. Any time we engage with a piece of art we begin to collaborate with the artist and interpret the piece in ways as varied as our own stories.—Let's collaborate"NWAA: New Wilmington Art Alliance—Friday, Jan. 6
PRACTICE is a juried show, exploring the theme of "practice." We practice skills and behaviors; we practice sports or professions; we practice compassion, generosity, patience, music, medicine, art and many other things. Where is the distinction between practice and performance? Is there something that we practice for? Is perfection even something that can be attained?
This show will feature performance art by William Fields , a collaborative performance piece by John Hvasta and Dani Galietti and artworks in a range of media by Vivienne Cameron, Connie Newby, Tara Booth, Shannon Woodloe, Chuck Schultz, Paul Andreas, Eboni Bell, and more.Super Hero inspired Art by Luigi Ciuffetelli and Franco Ciuffetelli—Friday, Feb. 2
Luigi Ciuffetelli is a commercial advertising and editorial photographer based in Wilmington, Delaware. On a daily basis, he creates imagery for magazine, large and small companies, and individuals in the corporate world. Luigi is also an artist creating imagery and artifacts in many different mediums. The Super Hero Pop art, are photographs of toy figurines then manipulated in photo shop and printed on Canvas. Luigi’s inspiration comes form the works of Picasso and Warhol.
Franco Ciuffetelli is a Delaware born and based artist. He studied and graduated from Delaware College of Art and Design with an Associates Degree of Fine Arts with a focus on Animation. He is an avid comic book and film enthusiast and his art draws heavily from both of these influences. Franco’s work consists of pen and ink illustrations as well as watercolor and acrylic paintings. He is inspired by artist’s like Alex Pardee, Skottie Young, Salvador Dali, Dave Mckean and Simon Bisley to name a few.