FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK

MAY 1, 2020

ESAC

Donations welcomed.

MAY 1, 2020

Exhibits online & Concert at 7pm CST

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UPDATE 4/30/20:

Hello everyone! Unfortunately, we have to postpone our concert with Alex. We are currently rescheduling for a future date. However our online galleries are still up and we encourage everyone to stop by our website AND check out the public art that is out on the front patio! Stay tuned for more updates!!

 

Online Exhibits: https://esartcenter.org/visit/exhibits/current/

 

Art Bombing photos inspired by Coronavirus:
https://www.al.com/news/2020/04/alabama-physician-exorcises-his-coronavirus-demons-through-art.html?fbclid=IwAR2SI2dLsQ10ZRUp7eTcotJf4ermNQ52gZt40sVymyH7bRfnbAG2PIIkGxg

EXHIBITS

ONLINE GALLERIES extended through May 29, 2020:

 

Annual Members’ Juried Show
The Members’ Juried Show showcases various work from the Artist Level members of the Eastern Shore Art Association. Artist Members were able to submit 3 original works done in any media, including painting, photography, pottery and more. Awards to be given during Art Walk on Friday, March 6th. This year’s judge was Carmen Lugo and award winners listed on the Current Exhibits page.

 

Breanna Earls “Layers of Sentiment”
“This body of work explores the relationship between people, plants, and structures and how we each adapt to our physical conditions. Like layers of skin, each environment you immerse yourself in layers to form your physiological DNA. The organic pattern found throughout some of these works derives from tissue found in the human heart. However, it looks very much like plant cells, or even stones. Like stones that show their geological history, people themselves are layered with different seasons and experiences to form the person they are presently, and we either conform to or rebel against the framework of our past. We adapt.”

 

Fred Marchman “Mind of Marchman”
Join ESAC as we celebrate the life and work of one Mobile Bay area’s most prolific artist, Fred Marchman. Vibrant abstracts and evocative thematical work coupled with his numerous handmade journals allow us a glimpse of the late painter, sculptor, and illustrator. From Southern Pop Culture to Spiritual Experience, see what you can “see” in the Art of Fred Marchman.

 

Members’ Sales Gallery
This exhibit offers ESAC members at artist level or above the opportunity to display and sell their work at the Eastern Shore Art Center. Each member may submit one piece and if sold can bring in a replacement. This gallery changes out every other month.

 

Interested in purchasing a piece of artwork from our online exhibits? Please contact Marketing Director, Adrienne Clow at adrienne@esartcenter.org. You can choose from the following options: We can hold it for you to pickup when we reopen after quarantine, deliver it locally or ship it to you!

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