Thursday, January 24, 2019

Arch Enemy February Showcase


I will have my drawings "Explore" and "A Time for All Things" on display in Arch Enemy Arts' February Showcase.  The show will be on display at Arch Enemy Arts from February 1st - February 23rd, 2019.  The exhibition is free and open to the public.

Viewing: Wed - Sat   12 - 5  PM

The Reception is February 1st, 6 - 10 PM 

 
 Located at Arch Enemy Arts, 109 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

The pieces on the flyer, (left) "Explore", Graphite, 6 x 7 inches
This vast city which once was the home of an advanced civilization still hosts relics of its former greatness. A journey led by readings into the ancient world has led her to the eternal city.  She collects flowers that are growing while exploring.

(right) " A Time for All Things", Graphite, 12 x 12 inches
In the ancient world sundials were used to indicate time.  As the rose petals fall a change in the seasons begins.


A description of the drawing process for "Explore" is on my blog post arthaywood.blogspot.com/process-behind-explore


 
To inquire about the drawings please contact the gallery at archenemyarts@gmail.com
www.archenemyarts.com

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