Reflections of Collaboration – The Exhibition

Reflections of Collaboration

From left to right: Amy Ernst, Kate Hendrickson and Grace Howl

OPENING on Friday, MARCH 23, 2018CLOSING on Friday, APRIL 6, 2018  And in-between an ARTIST TALK about COLLABORATION on Wednesday MARCH 28, 2018. If you would like to see the talk, a video is posted on FaceBook or if you would like to read about the show, there is an article in the Observer. And for those of you who were not able to attend the opening, here are a few photos showing the artists, the artworks, attendees and entertainment.

Grace Howl Contemporary Art

Street view of Grace Howl Contemporary Art at 419-421 Central Ave, Sarasota 34236

View of Exhibition No. 1

View of the exhibition showing Kate Hendrickson, Grace Howl and Amy Ernst‘s artworks.

View of exhibition No. 2

View of exhibition showing the three collaborative artworks on the left by Grace Howl, Kate Hendrickson and Amy Ernst as well as their individual artworks.

Three collaborative works

View of the three collaborative artworks from left to right: “Prescience of Three Minds No. 2“, 48″ x 36”, painting – “Scrivening“, 40 3/4″ x 32 3/4”, drawing framed – “Prescience of Three Minds No. 1“, 24″ x 36”, painting.

Close up of Kate's Drawings

Close up view of Kate Hendrickson‘s graphite drawings. Two collotype collages by Amy Ernst.

Discussing the Collaboration

On the right from left to right:  Amy Ernst, Grace Howl and Kate Hendrickson discussing the collaborative artworks with attendees.

Jazzberries

The Jazzberries Keaton Williams, Piano and Chris Cournoyer, BassIn the background, Amy Ernst and Steve Lucas speaking with Jessica Dirkes of Blue Door Framing who donated the frame for “Scrivening“.

Attendees in conversation.

Gallery filled with conversing attendees.

Talking about the Collaboration

More discussion about the collaborative works with Grace Howl and Kate Hendrickson.

Kate Scrivening

Kate Hendrickson pointing to the details while discussing how “Scrivening” was created. View of Grace Howl‘s painting in the background.

In the next UN PEU DE TOUT blog article, “Prescience of Three Minds – The Collaboration“, there will be a full recounting of the inception of the exhibition, the collaborative experience as well as the partnering with Pines of Sarasota to help raise funds for the multimillion-dollar project to bring much-needed renovations to the aging campus. 

All the collaborators

From left to right: Amy Ernst, Kate Hendrickson, Grace Howl with Janet Ginn and Terri Arnell of Pines of Sarasota Foundation.

 

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