Friday, April 10, 2015

The Pulse Project: 4

This past Friday, The Pulse Project opened at The Empty Spaces Project gallery in Putnam, Connecticut. The exhibition highlighted the work of 29 artists, all of whom were contributors to one of my two books The Pulse of Mixed Media and The Mixed Media Artist. The show runs the entire month of April.

The exhibiting artists are an international crew, hailing from the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa, and the UK. Their artwork is equally diverse, with mediums including assemblage, encaustic, collage, acrylic, oil, pastel, drawing, book making, photography, digital, fabric, jewelry and more.

To entice you to head over to this page on my blog, where you can see and purchase all 100+ works of art, I've included some detail shots below.

Patti Edmond

 Robert Stockton

 Dorothy Simpson Krause

Charlie Grosso

 Thelma van Rensburg

John Arbuckle

 Felicity Griffin Clark

 Marie Danti

 Bridgette Guerzon Mills

 Loryn Spangler Jones

 Robert Maloney

 Roxanne Evans Stout

 Patricia Anders

 Lesley Anne Price

 Jayne Harnett-Hargrove

 Pam Carriker

 Jason Twiggy Lott

 Marina Rios

Deborah Gregg

 Art by Canace

 Seth Apter

 Shayla Perreault

PD Packard

Elaine Phipps

 Jennifer Coyne Qudeen

 Patti Roberts-Pizzuto

 Crystal Neubauer

 David Castle

 Chris Miser


Sue Marrazzo said...

Every piece is GREAT!

elle said...

excellent examples of a large variety of exciting styles. great!

Jo Murray said...

Such differing techniques! LOVE them all.

Bill said...

Wow. What a wonderfully diverse display of beautiful art! After all the viruses I've had the past few months, I now have bronchitis. I haven't done too much creatively. But seeing all of this makes me want to get out the paint!

JackieP Neal said...

Outstanding pieces!!What a great variety of mediums and styles!!

txlavenderlady said...

Thanks for connecting us to so much gorgeous art and so much inspiration!

Robert said...

Love seeing these detail shots, Seth! It's a bit like actually being in a gallery and walking closer to a piece to see the surface of the work up-close-and-personal.