Program Guide - Winter Spring 2015

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GALLERY EXHIBITIONS REGISTER ONLINE: 19 PART ONE Caroline Coven: Paintings on Paper Town Hall Gallery Friday, May 29–Monday, July 27 Artist Reception: Friday, May 29 | 6–8 p.m. Medium: Paintings on paper Coven's paintings combining organic and geometric shapes. The maps serve as the organic element and the squares are the geometric elements. By placing them together as a whole image on the picture plane the artist builds the relationship between the organic and the geometric structure and adds color and transparency. Combining these tools she strives to make conflicting elements become harmonious. Leatha Koefler: Remnants of A Technical World Herb Young Community Center Gallery Friday, May 29–Monday, July Artist Reception: Friday, May 29 | 6–8 p.m. Medium: Mixed media The materials from new and past Technologies become the basis of this artist's assemblages. Buttons, flops disks, slides help convey the idea "… that something can exist and be vital, then suddenly not be important and begin to disappear raises questions of the ontology of objects. If an object's existence is only relative to their relationship to humans, then do we have an obligation to them?" This artist seeks to frame the once important connection we humans had with these older technologies as a memorial to the images, documents and data stored on them. May Katie Hoessle: Shells: You & Me and the Sea Bond Park Community Center Friday, May 1–Tuesday, June 30 Artist Reception: Friday, May 1 | 6–8 p.m. Medium: Photography Through this photographic compilation the artist explores and reveals our own humanity and experiences through shells. Broken, imperfect, and each beautifully unique, these shells mirror own growth, and change over time while gaining scars, that bear witness to our strength add to our beauty. Every shell has its own story, a unique past and an uncertain future. Nanci Tanton Student Exhibition Cary Arts Center Gallery Tuesday, May 6–Saturday, May 30 Artist Reception: Sunday, May 10 | 2–4 p.m. Medium: Mixed media Students from classes at the Cary Arts Center show off their most recent creations. This annual exhibition is always a joyful convergence of talent. LEATHA KOEFLER CAROLINE COVEN

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