December 6th, Futures Gallery at Ten Forward

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Futures Gallery at Ten Forward Café|facebook.com/TenForwardCafe

115 The Commons

Sarah Rose-Recent Works

Sarah Rose is a self-taught artist living in Ithaca, where she studies meditation and wellness. She draws most of her inspiration from sacred geometry, mandalas, and natural forms. This work is part of her recent collection she has been working on for the past year. She has just begun her artistic journey and hopes to keep painting what she loves to paint every day.

 

December 6th, Hilton Garden Inn

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Hilton Garden, 130 E. Seneca St.

Thomas Frank—Recent Works

Thomas Frank is an artist living in Ithaca, NY who explores the intersections of color, line, form and movement through abstract painting.  Inspired by the history of art and the apparent disorder of the natural world, he aims to create works so that the viewer can engage in the creation of an emerging image that connects with their own visual history and experience.

December 6th, Sunny Days of Ithaca

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Sunny Days of Ithaca| SunnyDaysNY.com

215 The Commons

Linda Wyatt- On My Way Home

Linda Wyatt is a photographer who grew up in the Ithaca area, living a very full life incorporating the concept of “focus” in multiple ways.

 

“These images represent “on my way home” both literally and figuratively. They were taken in places I frequently pass on my way home from work or other activities. Immersing myself in these natural areas and gardens also enhances my sense of belonging to this place, of feeling “at home” and settled here, both physically and spiritually. What began as a project to share photos of where I live with friends and family who have never been here has led to something that reinforces both my connection to this area on a very personal level, and my sense that the world is, indeed, wondrous and beautiful. I am especially drawn to the beauty that develops as things are considered “past their prime.”

December 6th, State of the Art Gallery

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State of the Art Gallery|soagithaca.org

120 W. MLK Jr St.

December Juried Show- an exhibition of all media–paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture and ceramics

December Juried Show, an exhibition of all media–paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture and ceramics–from December 4-29, 2019. A reception for artists will be held at the gallery Friday, December 6, 5-8 pm, Gallery Night in downtown Ithaca, at which time awards will be given by prize judge Connie Sullivan Blum, Executive Director of ARTS of the Southern Finger Lakes. 120 W. Martin Luther King, Jr./State Street with curbside parking and ADA accessibility. Hours: Wed.-Fri., 12-6 pm & Sat.&Sun., 12-5 pm. Info:  607-277-1626 and www.soagithaca.org

Dates of Event:  Dec. 4 and 5 at 2:00 pm, Dec. 6 at 5:00 pm, Dec. 7 and 8 @12:00 pm, Dec. 11 thru 15 at 12:00 pm, Dec 18 thru 22 at 12:00 pm, Dec. 26 thru 29 at 12:00 pm. Contact person:  Saundra Goodman.

December 6th, Padma

 

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Padma|padmacenter.com

 114 W. Buffalo St.

Rachel Hogancamp-Recent Works

Rachel Hogancamp is mostly recognized as the Managing Partner of Rasa Spa but she’s been a part-time professional photographer for over 25 years.  Her passion for photography was reignited when she was introduced to the world of birds, especially birds in flight, following a brief bout with breast cancer in 2016. Rachel looks to capture a moment of connection with the bird(s) and deeply enjoys sharing what she’s fortunate to see with others.

December 6th, Hair Color Art

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Hair Color Art|haircolorart.com

112 W. Green St., Press Bay Court

Amy Jiao- Recent Works

“I’m a full time tattoo artist based in Central New York who explores nature through watercolor on my off time. What color I lack in my black work tattooing, I make up for on paper through layers after layers of watercolor paint. I often choose to focus on single subject matters over scenes to ease my mind from the chaotic world. I recently starting exploring patterns both naturally occur in nature and what we mathematically arrange with nature through moths.”