October 2017 Exhibition: DelCo Open Studio Tour

M.A.C. Team 2nd Saturday, 2nd Saturday 2017, Cooperative Gallery, Exhibits, Gallery Artists

Opening Reception:
Saturday, October 14th
4-6pm

Exhibit Dates:
October 14 – October 22
Thursday – Saturday, 4-7pm

Media Arts Center & Gallery
609-B w. State St. Media, PA

 

For the second year the Media Arts Council is participating in the Delaware County Open Studio Tour.

Located in the heart of Media, PA, the MAC Artist Gallery is a juried collective of visual artists operating under the supportive branch of  the Media Arts Council (MAC).  The MAC Artist Gallery features some of the region’s finest artists displaying works in a wide range of media including oil, acrylic, mixed media, and photography. MAC’s award winning artists originate from local, national, and international geographical areas offering diverse viewpoints through vast life experiences.

Artists meet monthly to support artistic growth, organize gallery shows, and to promote member visibility to larger audiences in the Philadelphia area. Our gallery supports guest artists as well as displays member works year round. Member artists join together to enrich our area’s culture by displaying works representing a range of traditional and innovative methods, and expressing a variety of concepts and ideas.

Currently 11 local artists are represented in the Media Arts Center & Gallery.

Five painters representing diverse styles and mediums:

Dana Crossan’s abstract paintings combine layers of harmonious color with gestural lines to reflect emotional experience, while painter Cheryl Schlenker’s vibrant Nature influenced abstractions capture the edges and undercurrents of landscape in colorful and geometric images.  Carrie Barcomb’s impressionistic landscapes focus on capturing rhythms of light and nature along the countryside of the  Brandywine Valley, while Russian Georgian born Matiko Mamaladze known as “the romance artist” uses expressive figurative works to capture the lyrical energy of human form and relationships in light-filled settings.  Laurie Doran utilizes digital and traditional painting methods using a soft, soothing color palette combining patterns with illustrative elements.

 

Six outstanding photographers:

  • Amelia Cain
  • Patricia Danzon
  • Rick Prieur
  • Craig Reger
  • José Sevillano
  • Patrice Zinck

 

Amelia Cain’s meditative photographs capture a sense of isolation and how we fit into our environment, while Rick Prieur’s intriguing photographs celebrate the beauty of our area and as well as documentation of cultural events including juxtaposing ballerinas next to museum artwork. Craig Reger’s entrancing narrative work captures meaningful moments of compelling human emotion; while Patrice Zinck’s reflective photographs focus on nostalgic passages of time. Photographer Patricia Danzon captures the beauty of our area and in travels abroad creating soulful and evocative landscape images, and Photographer José Sevillano seeks to define both moment and the light, offering us his unique world perspective dividing his time between his native Cuba and the greater Philadelphia area.