September 15, 11 am to 5 pm
Food Truck Festival
Vaughn Parking Lot
September 22, 4 to 6 pm
STEAM: Math and Art
Our mission is to provide high quality cultural programming that brings people together and transforms the world around us by inspiring, educating and promoting the arts and art appreciation for our diverse community. Will you join us?
STEAM: Math and Art
September 9, 2019 – November 1 • Opening Reception September 22, 4 – 6 pm
Artist Spotlight: Christopher Hanusa, Variable Voronoi, Digital image on watercolor paper.
“All of my artwork is inspired between the interplay between mathematics and art. Variable Voronoi is a fusion of art, geometry, and graph theory (the mathematical study of networks). Nodes are randomly placed on the page clustering near three attractors. The nodes shrink as they are drawn to the attractors, giving the image a fractal quality. Each node sits inside its own polygonal Voronoi cell colored algorithmically by its distance to the attractors.”
Member Show: Fiction, The Art Show
March 25 – May 17, 2019 • Opening Reception March 31, 4 – 6 pm
Artist Spotlight: Meta Dunkley Arnold | 1st Place Prize Winner
Meta Dunkly Arnold makes found-object assemblages, and also teaches art to young children at Painted Oak Nature School and Art Sparks in Hopewell. Her background in English literature lends a narrative quality to many of her pieces, and her work as an educator inspires her to try to capture the excitement of discovering new things.
“Many of my assemblage pieces are kinetic and interactive, inviting the audience to share my creative process by going on a “treasure hunt” of their own. This piece, ‘Adeline at the Window,’ portrays my favorite scene in Ann Radcliffe’s early gothic novel, The Romance of the Forest. Far from being a helpless maiden, Adeline rescues herself and saves all the characters. Here she escapes the scheming Marquis by climbing out a window. Opening a book opens a window for the reader, a process Radcliffe’s characters enact by deciphering older, hidden texts for clues to their own stories. Like art (especially assemblage), Gothic novels celebrate the process of discovery.”
Resources for Artists
We’re seeking artists to lead classes and workshops for kids, teens, & adults.