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    Interlude

    Presented by at Belmont Gallery of Art

    July 16 - August 13, 2010


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    Interlude

    Montserrat College of Art Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of Interlude, featuring the work of nine Montserrat faculty members. The artists in this exhibit share the role as faculty for Montserrat College of Art’s Pre-College Program, a series of experiences for young artists who are ready to work hard, explore and expand their talent and potential. Each of the faculty members in this exhibit offer students a different approach, stylistically and conceptually, to engaging with the world as an artist. Interlude includes the work of Mark Hoffmann, Matthew Murphy, Stacy Thomas-Vickory, Meghan McNaught, Carrie Green, Jason Asselin, Bre Mahoney, James Durett and Amy Lithamane. Hoffman’s paintings represent the development of a signature style and character development, the stronghold of a adaptable illustrator. Similarly, Asselin’s prints exhibit the development of a cohesive series with resonance, staying power. Mo, from Carrie Green breaks down the layers which must be built up to create a solid drawing and shows how much variation can be created even through the use of one medium. In the same way , Mahoney and Lithamane’s works act as symbols of the skills to master within their field. The movement and color that can be achieve with oil paints, the balance of light and degrees of grey in black & white photography. Durret’s glass pieces shows pre-college students, and all visitors, the importance of pursuing both classical as well as experimental forms. his molten glass which cooled and hardened through grated stainless steel transformed the material to an object begging for narrative. McNaught’s surreal drawings created with the artist Luke Buffenmyer also encourage this experimental mentality, sanctioning the practice and benefits of collaboration. Murphy’s pieces stand out as successful studies of the intimate relationship between the most basic elements of a visual language – light, shape and color. Thomas-Vickory’s large-scale drawing exists somewhere between improvisation and more classical rendering, encouraging both mechanical skill and freeform images


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