Spring Exhibition 2018
Hosted by Terra Gallery
Opening reception March 4, 2-5pm.
Join Terra Gallery as we welcome in spring with new art featuring contemporary floral paintings and lush landscapes. All pieces are available for purchase. Complimentary refreshments will be provided.
Exhibition is open from March 4-31. Admission is free!
“Somatosensory: relating to or denoting a sensation that can occur anywhere in the body, in contrast to one localized at a sense organ.” – Oxford Dictionaries
This exhibition is a multimedia sculpture exhibit that transforms the somatosensory system of the human body into a conceptual device by engaging the viewer’s desire to touch the artwork as well as causing reflection in the viewer towards hyperaware sensations within their own body. The show’s experimentation with vivid texture and color not only creates tactile proximity to the inner landscape of the human form, but emotional proximity as well.
Join us for the opening of “Somatosensory” with a reception in our gallery on April 8 from 2-5pm. Refreshments will be provided. Admission is free! Exhibition is open every day from noon-6pm through April 29.
Bob Webb Model Home
Terra Gallery is proud to partner with Bob Webb homes to outfit their Eversole Run Model Home. Each piece was created and picked out specifically to compliment and optimize the decor and feel of this home. This artwork will be changing out periodically so you can view it in the home by contacting their office.
Parade Of Homes
Terra Gallery is proud to be participating in this years Parade of Homes located in Cheshire Woods. Opening day will be Saturday, September 2nd 11am-7pm. We have created most of these pieces specifically for this event and would love for you to view them. For more information and to buy tickets to the event visit BIA Parade of Homes .
Enter To win
Our talented pyrography artist, Kat Ketchum, has donated her wonderful Tree of Life piece that she created on Second Saturday’s Irish Experience to be raffled off to one lucky winner. You may enter your name until the next Second Saturday, September 9th, when will hold the drawing. While entering your name you can also make a donation to the Dublin Food Pantry!
From the Artist:
To the ancient Celts, the tree of life was a symbol of renewal and was a link between Heaven and Earth; this idea has been depicted in a variety of media. I have portrayed my version through pyrography. I am inspired by the free flowing movement of the lines which mimic the branches and roots. These swirls lead the eye throughout the circular pattern of the tree. The eye is then drawn to the natural bark on the wood which acts as a boarder. This allowed me to focus on the relationship between negative and positive space by leaving the natural wood grain untouched.