PRESENT : TENSE - An art installation reflecting on the day to day life of teens in Forsyth County by the Teens of Authoring Action featuring Video, Painting, Multi-media and Street Art + BARRIERS - Artist: Rachel Siminoski - A series of monochromatic pairings exploring boundaries and barriers
Artist: Rachel Siminoski
Most of my paintings resemble ambiguous enclosures in which biomorphic and structural forms interact in a symbiotic way- each form attempts to protect, cover, or support one another. These abstract characters often reference fences, walls, membranes, and other barriers.
Rachel Siminoski is a painter currently based in Charlotte, North Carolina. She received her BFA in Drawing and Printmaking from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2017, and has exhibited her work throughout the state. She will be an artist in residence at Main Street Arts in Clifton Springs, New York in March 2019.
An art installation reflecting on the day to day life of teens in Forsyth County by the Teens of Authoring Action featuring Video, Painting, Multi-media techniques, Appropriation and Street Art to express what each individual aspiring artist is thinking and feeling right now, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina as they prepare for a number of speaking engagements on the theme of resilience in the months to come.
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Open Call For
January 18, 2019
For February 2019 run at Delurk Gallery
What better way for Delurk to celebrate February than with a show about love, hope, life, death, rodents, prophylactics, spirit... and spirits? EIDOLONS! Which incidentally not only means spirits or phantoms, but also means idealized people or things. A weird word for a weird month. On that note; “Eidolon” is the show! Interpret it as you will... and submit art!