The opening reception of Cut Along the Dotted Lines was quite the eventful night. It was possibly the muggiest day of this summer, but we were still a full house. Thank you to everyone who endured the heat with us and enjoyed the quality works of EPYON5 , Jason Rowland R6D4, and SARO. The works were intricately made with layers of hand-cut stencils and paint. On one wall, we displayed the stencil cuts. The artists were pleasantly surprised by how their cut outs looked framed as art themselves. On the exhibit wall, each artist brought their best work out to show the city. The show is available for viewing now until September 10th. Originals are selling quickly, be sure to purchase them before they’re gone.
We were also very happy to host The Sketchbook Project as they made their way along their Midwest tour. It was fantastic seeing how interactive the project was with everyone passing by, everyone here for the show, and those who came out for the project. Visitors were able to walk up to a tablet and enter a key word. The system would then give you a selection of titles of sketchbooks to chose from. The lovely members of The Sketchbook Project would then receive a text message with the number of the sketchbook you selected and a random mate for it. You were then able to sit down and immerse yourself into the life of someone else. These sketchbooks are jam-packed with creativity and love. Flipping through them, it was evident on how vast the content of each varied.
Thank you again to all who came and especially to the artists! We’ll see you at the next one.
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