The 32nd Annual Fall Invitational art show opened on Saturday evening, October 22, 7pm, and is on view thru Sunday, November 6, Called “Eye of the Beholder: Four views of life in and around us,” the show presents works by Carol Bloomgarden, Harry McCue, Margaret Reed and Daphne Solà.
These accomplished, dedicated artists offer a wide range of pieces, in media from pencil to charcoal and chalk pastel, from watercolor to silk screens, etchings to oil paint, as well as mixed media using imagery, language and glass. They are all deeply engaged, adding regularly to already significant bodies of work.
Ms. Bloomgarden works in her studio outside of Perry City and shows her work both near and far. Mr. McCue is professor emeritus of art at Ithaca College and lives in Lodi. Margaret Reed serves as president of Ithaca’s State of the Art Gallery, while pursuing her own work. Ms. Solà owned the Solà Art Gallery in the Dewitt Mall for many years, but has relocated it to Jacksonville.
To read a review of the show, go to Tompkins Weekly.
The show is free and open to the public, with viewing hours as follows:
Sunday, November 6: Noon to 6pm
Thursday, November 3: 5 to 7pm
Friday, November 4: 5 to 7pm
Saturday, November 5: 12:30 to 6pm