Waterloo Arts Asks, Neighborhoods: Community or Commodity?

In June and July, Waterloo Arts gallery will host three artists who have recently created bodies of work by playfully experimenting with the objects, space or subject immediately available to them, creating sculpture from everyday mass-produced objects, painting domestic space and capturing shadow images using a cellphone. Jennifer Irene Masley is a sculptor who has been researching form, irreverently using […]

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BAYarts presents Simultaneous Contrasts: Works of David Kuntzman and Priscilla Roggencamp

Outwardly, there may seem to be few clear connecting points between David Kuntzman’s linear, conceptual abstractions and Priscilla Roggenkamp’s figural, textile sculptures. The artists feel this is part of the fun of working together. In describing Simultaneous Contrasts, opening at BAYarts on July 14, Roggenkamp advises the connection may not be obvious between the saturated colors of Kuntzman’s paintings and […]

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