Changes

December 07 - December 29

C  H  A  N  G  E  S

 Opening Night
December 7  from 6-9 pm
Show will end December 29th
 
The Printmakers at Studio 13 will present CHANGES. 
They will share with you their versions of change.
New, old and recycled prints will be on display.  
Presenting themes of Mythology, nature, and recycling will make the old new again!!
 
 
Joyce Bauerle – 
We are all on a  journey and with it we as individuals are changed. The sailing home from Troy of Ulysses and crew is perilous and the theme of metamorphosis or change of form, as in many Greek myths, frequently appears. The crew after landing on Circe's island is changed into pigs. Regaining their human form they behave better. 
The printing process follows a kind of metamorphosis as the inked overlapping stencils are removed and reprinted, the offset ink creates complex and interesting shapes.

Helen K Davie — 
Illustrating the law of conservation of mass – "mass can neither be created nor destroyed, although it may be rearranged in space, or the entities associated with it may be changed in form" – Helen K Davie presents the cycle of the seasons with recurring shapes and colors.

Robert Simola — 
Epictetus said you can’t step into the same river twice because the river, representing life, is in a constant state of change.  This show is a reflection of the changing nature of life with prints based on the same subjects differing wildly.
 
Elizabeth J. Kilimnik — 
Changes occur all around us and in us, thus we are constantly transformed.  We can use recycling to renew and rekindle interesting work.  I will tear, cut and sew what was once unusable to become new again.
 
 
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