Alignable Angles (degrees of points of view)

 

Alignable Angles (degrees of points of view)
2017 Exhibition @ Schelfhaudt Gallery
Curated by Peter Konsterlie

DATES OF EXHIBITION: Oct. 20th –  Jan. 20th, 2018
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday12 to 4 p.m.

OPENING: Friday, Oct. 20th, 5:00- 7:30 (with performance by Adam Niklewicz)

ARTIST PANEL TALK: Sat. Nov. 11th, 2:00 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.

The Schelfhaudt Gallery is pleased to exhibit a group of artists that use abstract language and formal structure in an unusual vision. The exhibition also has the pervasive use of unusual fabricated elements and everyday objects in the artworks that have a long-standing tradition that dates back past to the turn of the century. Angles can reference a point of view of the artist. This example of unique perspectives is diverse and positive with the possibility of change.

This exhibition includes: sculpture, painting, collage, found objects, and installation.

Complimentary refreshments and music will be served for your enjoyment.
The reception is free and open to the public. Off street parking is available.

Participating Artists:

David Borawski
Joseph Fucigna
Elliott Katz
Adam Niklewicz
Amy Vensel
Etty Yaniv

DIRECTIONS
From Hartford & North: I-91:

91 South to 15 South to 8 South to Exit 1 (Prospect)
Right onto Prospect to Park Avenue
Left onto Park Avenue to University Avenue
Right onto University Avenue
Arnold Bernhard Center (ABC) is the last building on the left side of University Avenue
Enter from THE BUILDING’S PARKING LOT ENTRANCE. (East side)
Gallery is down the hall to your left.

From NYC & Southwest: I-95:

95 North to Exit 26 (Worden Avenue)
Follow 95 service road to Iranistan Avenue
Turn right onto Iranistan
South past light to stop sign at Atlantic Avenue
Left onto Atlantic Avenue (one block)
Right onto Rennell
Right onto University
Enter from THE BUILDING’S PARKING LOT ENTRANCE (East side)
Gallery is down the hall to your left.