Check out this article by Alison Rooney in The Highlands Current about Samantha Palmeri and her exhibition ‘The Things Between Us’, new paintings and works on paper, at Catalyst through Sept 30. Link: https://highlandscurrent.org/2019/09/20/push-and-pull/
We are pleased to announce a new drawing series at Catalyst, starting next week, Figure Drawing with Movement. Thursday September 19, 6:30-9:30 pm.
$10 (includes a drink). Bring materials. We have chairs and small tables, no easels. We will have a few 11×14″ drawing pads and pencils on hand. There will be some dance and inspired movement by the model as well as several short and longer poses to work from.
Upcoming sessions will be posted here and on our Catalyst Gallery Facebook page. Email us to be added to our list and you will receive emails about future sessions.
We are seeking models on an ongoing basis so contact us if you have some modeling experience. Models may be partially clothed.
On view now: ‘The Things Between Us’, a solo exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Samantha Palmeri. The gallery will be open late this Sat Sept 14 until 9 pm for a Second Saturday reception!
Through Sept 30, with hours 12-6pm weekends and by appt.
On view at Catalyst Gallery through September 4, ‘Golden Hour’, new work by Warwick-based artist Zoë Cone.
Opening reception Saturday August 31, 4-8 pm. Daily gallery hours, 12-6 pm.
Open daily 10am- 6pm August 23 through 29th, ‘Intimate Artifacts’, an exhibition of 3D printed jewelry, sculpture and woodcut prints by Katherine Larocca. She was trained in fine art printmaking at Milestone Graphics in Bridgeport, CT. Her work can be seen at @thesteelsun on Instagram.
The exhibition also features paintings by the artist’s cousin, Michael Larocca, a music student at the New School in NYC.
Fashion designer & artist MC Kirton and mixed-media photographer Collette V. Fournier have collaborated to display their works at Catalyst Gallery from Thursday, Aug. 15 – Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019. Gallery hours are 12pm – 7pm. An artist’s reception is scheduled for Saturday, August 17, from 4pm – 7pm.
The artistic theme of © “Two From Brooklyn” reveals the NYC borough where both artists grew up. Both were reared by parents and family involved in the textile industry and the arts and experienced Brooklyn’s rich culture. In addition to the artist’s reception, © “Two From Brooklyn” will feature a Pop-Up store, MC Kirton’s fabric art of ties, bow ties, and various works on fabric.
Mark Charles Kirton, better known as “MC” was born and raised in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights and Bed/Stuy. MC Kirton studied at Pratt Institute’s Summer Program in the Brooklyn Museum in the 1970’s. Kirton is MBA Graduate of Long Island University, Brooklyn campus. Kirton, a noted Civil Rights Activist with Henega Lake Project, Event Planner with Moto-Kids Charity, Miss Black New York and Musical talents Kadnar Trio, Aima and many others, MC takes his talents to a new level creating fashion for today’s inner-city male. MC took the essence of what his mother gave him of a Bajan experience: dedication, design and innovation, “Kente by Kirton Bowties” was born out of a Brooklyn brownstone sewing class in late 1970’s.
As a documentary and travel photographer and influenced by her designer Mother, Collette V. Fournier has been experimenting with fabric and mixed media with her photographic arts. The artist grew up in Harlem, Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy and St. Albans, Queens. Fournier is a graduate of RIT’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. She achieved her Master of Fine Arts degree from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Fournier is the retired photographer from Campus Communications and teaches photography at Rockland Community College. Fournier, a 20-year member of Kamoinge Inc., an African American photography collective, has curated exhibitions and had fourteen one-woman exhibitions and forty-one group exhibitions. She is published in numerous table top publications and textbooks such as “Reflections in Black”, “Sweet Breath of Life” “Committed to the Image”, “The Blue Jean Book”, “Timeless” and Robert Hirsch’s “Light and Lens”, Photography in the Digital Age. Fournier is completing a personal narrative on her journey through the photographic arts and vigorously shares her “Retrospective Series: Spirit of a People” with the community.
On view now through July 29, a group exhibition with work by Jamie Taylor, Rachel Williams and Sunwha Gil. Preview hours Fri July 5, 11am-2pm. Open Sat July 6 1-7 pm with an artist reception 4-7 pm. Open late for Second Sat, July 13 til 8:45pm.
Additional hours: July 7th through 11th: 11am- 6pm and July 12th: 11am – 8pm
July 16-18th, noon-5pm; July 19th, 10am-6pm; July 20th, 10am-7pm
The artists will also be doing workshops and demonstrations for the duration of the show during the month of July. Visit @art_by_rachelwilliams and @jamie_taylor.artology on Instagram for events.
Fri May 31, 7:30 pm! Comedian, actor & SiriusXM host John Fugelsang returns for a special workshop reading of “Unpresidented”: The true story of a comedian trying to raise a toddler while his country was electing one, this new work in progress was conceived for the 2019 Revolutions Theatre Festival. Doors 7:10 pm. $5 donation. Formal RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org