Teresa Hofheimer curates a group show of 2D work that is based on the figure. The human figure has been a widely studied subject for centuries. It is considered a vast source of inspiration. The purpose is to communicate human experiences, emotions, and to showcase the aesthetics of the human form.
Each artist renders their own vision of the traditional figure within contemporary society. The outcome is a variety of interpretations, as well as many styles whether realistic, loose, or abstract. The artists explore and experiment with their respective mediums to put forth the importance of the figure within the artistic realm.
Exhibiting artists include Jason Michael Bentley, Michael Everson, Vernell Garrett, David Anthony Geary, John Grantner, Insil Jang, Emily Racine, Sydni Reubin, Harmonia Rosales, Wendy Sabbath, Gary Schirmer, Pierre Seaton, Alisa Singer, Martin Sitta, Shane Small, Carol A. Stitzer, Steven Tritt, Ronit Wiener, and John Yaou
Food and libations will be provided