Opening Reception: Saturday, April 16 from 2pm to 5pm
On the corner of Kansas and Nowhere explores the different functions of everyday life through the perception of the observer, an absent- minded body watching the world unfold around them. With this temporary installation, Jennifer Lillis creates a body of work that transforms the exhibition into a work of art. The expressive marks begin to evoke sounds and motions one might witness in their everyday life. Lillis has developed her own artistic language of characters that begin to reveal themselves through the work on display. She brings a freshness to the canvas with a style of marks that at times recall Keith Haring’s use of bold, heavy lines.
Join the resident artists of 34zero9 Studios and Micro Gallery for the opening reception with a live demonstration on Saturday April 16, 2016 2-5PM.
- Studio A: Barbara Januskiewicz
- Studio B: Paula Bryan
- Studio C: John M. Adams; thefullempty.com
- Studio D: Matthew Grimes; matthew-grimes.format.com
The Micro Gallery is part of the 34zero9 Art Studio space. The gallery space is an opportunity for 34zero9 artists to share their creative process. The Micro Gallery provides a unique window into the artists’ creative process. They invite the public to view current work in the Micro Gallery 7/24. This 24 hours viewing gallery has been designed to help heighten the public’s awareness for the arts.
34zero9 Art Studios is located at 3409 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA. For more information about 34zero9 Art Studios and Micro Gallery please visit www.34zero9.wix.com/34zero9artstudios.