Dear friends and art enthusiasts,
Join Dacia Gallery in an invigorating presentation of remarkable artwork and celebrate a talented group of artists in our next exhibition:
February 3 - March 6, 2011
Juried by Natalie Tyler and Marco Beria
Thursday, February 3, 6-10pm
meet the artists @ opening reception
Featured Artists: Rachel Burgess, Elizabeth Glaessner, Heather Morgan, David Pettibone, Edina Seleskovic, James Stamboni, Julianne Sterling.
For more information please visit: http://daciagallery.com/
53 Stanton St. New York, NY 10002
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Featuring James Stamboni and Vernon Byron
On View September 1st- 30th
Mount Kisco Public Library
100 Main Street Mount Kisco NY 10549
Phone 914-666-8041 | Fax 914-666-3899
Mondays 11am 6pm
Tuesdays 11am 6pm
Wednesdays 11am 7 pm
Thursdays 11am 7pm
Fridays 11am 5pm
Saturdays 10am 4pm
The Gallery will be closed from Monday Sept 20th Monday Sept 27, but open on Saturday Sept 25th. The above times are in effect as of Sept 7.
prior to the 7th times should be as seen below, consult http://www.mountkiscolibrary.org/ to be sure.
I think with each passing day I've been realizing how important belief and the Stage are to my work. Mythos, and the development of Mythology remains important, but I think the core is really belief, and the stage is where the nature of belief becomes such an issue. The thing I love in so much modernist art is how it needs to believe in itself. Modernism can't do what the things it did without that, and with the self criticism that partially defines it, I find this causes post Modernism to lack.
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