Lori Larusso in
Planting Houses & Building Trees
Currently Ms. Larusso's work is part of the fall exhibition, which is on view through Saturday October 8.
There will be an Artist Talk this Sunday, October 2, from 1 – 3 PM. She'll be there albeit via Skype. Now's your chance to listen to her discuss her work from the current show, ask questions, as well you'll have a chance to purchase her newly released, signed & limited edition, chapbook filled with images from her series, It's Not My Birthday, That's Not My Cake, and poetry by collaborator Carrie Green.
And if you made it down to the (e)merge art fair, you saw some of her work from several different series there, and now is your chance to come in and see even more of it in the gallery during the Fall Exhibition, Planting Houses & Building Trees at Jordan Faye Contemporary, 1401 Light Street Baltimore, thru October 8, 2011.
Sunday in Baltimore at Jordan Faye Contemporary: Artist Talk
Come hear T.R. Kaltreider, Lawrence Cromwell in person & Lori Larusso (via Skype) discuss their work from Planting Houses & Building Trees, the current exhibit at Jordan Faye Contemporary thru October 8th. If you haven't made to the gallery yet to see this fabulous exhibition well . . . now is the time!
Image above: Lawrence Cromwell, Atom Tan, oil on shaped panel, (right image) Lori Larusso
Several Opportunities this weekend to Meet the Artist...
Come Visit T.R.Kaltreider in his York studio, 1701 S. Queen Street, York, PA
Jordan Faye Contemporary has been collaborating on many projects over the last few months with this talented artist from hosting Visiting Artists at his studio / gallery space, and working on building a sculpture garden on the grounds of his property to his participation in the three-person exhibition Planting Houses & Building Trees. Now here are two opportunities to talk with this energetic self-taught painter in his studio up in York, PA on Saturday October 1, 5-11 PM or at Jordan Faye Contemporary during the Artists Talk for Planting Houses & Building Trees on Sunday October 2, 1-3 PM.
Image above: installation of T.R. Kaltreider's The Voyeur