Eye 126 E State St, 2nd floor
Recently dubbed “the Picasso of Ithaca,” by the Ithaca Times, Alice Muhlback, and co-creator Pamela Tan, will premiere their interactive animated art show, Once Upon an Eye at eye Gallery on the Ithaca Commons. Music composed by Joshua Handal.
Show runs from November 4th – December 18th, 2016.
Sacred Root Kava Lounge & Tea Bar 103 S Geneva St
Gaia Woolf-Nightingall, Sacred Elements of Life
Local visual artist Gaia Woolf-Nightingall presents a series of vibrant painted Mandalas which explore the Sacred Elements of Life: Air, Fire, Water, Earth and Spirit. Each painting in the series invites the audience to journey into the images through portal sigils which lead to the revelation of elemental wisdom in aspect to the human psyche.
Between 7:00 pm and 8:00pm the artist will lead a journey into the realm of the sacred element of Earth in its aspect as Manifestation.
Ink Shop 330 E State St
19th Mini-Print International 11/4 – 1/20
This show invites artists from around the world to submit prints no larger than 4”x 4”. A juried selection of the submitted prints for the 19th Mini Print International will be exhibited at The Ink Shop in 2016.
Our recent Mini Print shows have attracted artists from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand as well as many artists from the United States.
Lot 10 106 S Cayuga St
New Works by Chet Holcomb
Chet is a full-time artist living and working in Ithaca NY. His works deal with the ups and downs of life.
Hilton Garden Inn 130 Seneca St
Julie Crosby, Wood Fired Pottery
The art of wood firing is a process which allows the flame and ash from the burning wood to interact directly with the pots inside the kiln. This process, together with Julie’s refined forms, makes for unique, one of a kind pottery pieces that are both modern and timeless.
Kitchen Theatre 417 W State St
SURFACE TENSION: An art exhibition by Barbara Mink
Kitchen Theatre Company is pleased to offer “SURFACE TENSION: An art exhibition by Barbara Mink” in its Judith Holiday Lobby Gallery.
Mink says, “I am inspired by creating and counterbalancing formal oppositions of line and color, form and space, light and dark, organic and architectonic, diffusion and thickening, surface and depth.”
Lifelong 119 W Court St
The Nature of Water
Artist Fred Warner has always felt the strong pull of the outdoors. His work, inspired by the scenic beauty of the Ithaca region, embodies his impressions and memories of water, land, and the activities and creatures found here. The collection of watercolors will be up in the Lifelong gallery until late December.