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Online Art Exhibit
LOCAL>> Monochromatic – One Color: Infinite Possibilities (Online)
Online exhibition of art utilizing a single base hue but employing many shades, tones and tints
Roundtable discussion (Zoom):
* Tuesday, February 22, 4:00 pm PT
* February 9 – April 9 (extended)
[Art: Glenda Gentry, Design: Jeremy Thornton]
We invited artists to explore how expressive they can be utilizing a single base hue but employing as many of its shades, tones and tints as they require.
Monochromatic colors are all the colors of a single hue. Monochromatic color schemes are derived from a single base hue and extended using its shades, tones and tints.
For example, in the Blue spectrum we have Azure, Cobalt, Cerulean, Ultramarine, etc. Reds might include Garnet, Crimson, Rose…the possibilities for explorations within each hue are endless. [Black and White compositions ARE Monochromatic.]
A few well-known artists who have explored the possibilities of working in monochrome include: Agnes Martin, Mark Rothko and Gerhard Richter.
This show is presented as two concurrent exhibitions with the same theme and same juror, this one online and the other in-person. Artists are free to submit works to both shows.
JUROR: Suzanne Gray, a resident of Mill Valley, grew up in upstate New York and studied journalism and art history at Syracuse University and San Jose State. In 2011, she joined forces with Donna Seager and together they formed Seager Gray Gallery. She has overseen both commercial and residential programs and her knowledge of the art market, sophisticated eye and understanding of art placement have gained her the trust of her clients. As a curator, Gray has teamed with Seager to create the ambitious program of monthly exhibitions for which they have become known.
Call for Entries
Entry Deadline (CaFÉ):
– Sunday, January 30, 11 pm
Contemporary, expressionistic, abstract, exploratory, and/or experimental entries encouraged. O’Hanlon Center for the Arts emphasizes the creative process and the continued pursuit of meaning and authenticity through observation, exploration, and experimentation.
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