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Mar
30
Mon
“Collage Barrage” – Assemblage Works by Jeanne Lavelle
Mar 30 all-day

“Collage Barrage”

Assemblage Works by Jeanne Lavelle

 a T.W.I.G. display through March, 2020

249 N Keswick Avenue – Glenside, PA

 Jeanne Lavelle, from Glenside PA, labels herself a “habitual artist.” Her formal art training is limited to elective classes while attending High School and College. As her first public showing, it is with great enthusiasm that she invites the community to consider her latest work – which will be available for purchase.

“My process included meticulous curating of images from magazines dating back to the mid-20th century through modern day. Categorizing and building the arsenal of images took place over the course of 6 months. Images were assembled loosely, then photographed. This method allowed for the reuse of images to support theme and fluidity throughout the collection. My favorite of 48 collage photos were enlarged and framed. This experience has been an exercise for my subconscious; a mapping various internal landscapes. I never set out to create the final pieces, but I recognized them as parts of myself upon completion.” 

Mar
31
Tue
“Collage Barrage” – Assemblage Works by Jeanne Lavelle
Mar 31 all-day

“Collage Barrage”

Assemblage Works by Jeanne Lavelle

 a T.W.I.G. display through March, 2020

249 N Keswick Avenue – Glenside, PA

 Jeanne Lavelle, from Glenside PA, labels herself a “habitual artist.” Her formal art training is limited to elective classes while attending High School and College. As her first public showing, it is with great enthusiasm that she invites the community to consider her latest work – which will be available for purchase.

“My process included meticulous curating of images from magazines dating back to the mid-20th century through modern day. Categorizing and building the arsenal of images took place over the course of 6 months. Images were assembled loosely, then photographed. This method allowed for the reuse of images to support theme and fluidity throughout the collection. My favorite of 48 collage photos were enlarged and framed. This experience has been an exercise for my subconscious; a mapping various internal landscapes. I never set out to create the final pieces, but I recognized them as parts of myself upon completion.” 

Joshua Hebbert: Stargazing
Mar 31 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

“The slip cast vessels in Stargazing are explorations of interior and exterior spaces. By casting the interiors of vessels, new forms are revealed, and these diminish as I recast their interior voids. I also expand the forms by adding layers to the prototypes and making new molds. The textural history of these vessels becomes hidden as I create a family of objects that grow and shrink – gazing out, gazing in.” – Joshua Hebbert 

Small Favors XV: Expanding the Field
Mar 31 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Small Favors exhibition, The Clay Studio has expanded the show to include all media. This popular show challenges artists’ creativity in new and exciting ways with the challenge of making pieces on a very small scale. For some, their Small Favor is similar to what they normally make on a reduced scale. Others use it as an opportunity to explore new ideas or collaborate with a colleague. Though small in scale, the artworks created for this exhibition are huge in impact. 

Happy Hour
Mar 31 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Switch up your happy hour plans this summer and join Stillpoint Yoga & Float for their free 8-week introductory outdoor yoga course, followed by weekly post-class specials from KOP Town Center restaurants. Class is BYO mat, towel and water and begins promptly at 5:30 pm

Apr
1
Wed
Joshua Hebbert: Stargazing
Apr 1 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

“The slip cast vessels in Stargazing are explorations of interior and exterior spaces. By casting the interiors of vessels, new forms are revealed, and these diminish as I recast their interior voids. I also expand the forms by adding layers to the prototypes and making new molds. The textural history of these vessels becomes hidden as I create a family of objects that grow and shrink – gazing out, gazing in.” – Joshua Hebbert 

Small Favors XV: Expanding the Field
Apr 1 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Small Favors exhibition, The Clay Studio has expanded the show to include all media. This popular show challenges artists’ creativity in new and exciting ways with the challenge of making pieces on a very small scale. For some, their Small Favor is similar to what they normally make on a reduced scale. Others use it as an opportunity to explore new ideas or collaborate with a colleague. Though small in scale, the artworks created for this exhibition are huge in impact. 

“I am Broken…But I am Ready to Fix Me” Support Group with Genia and Jesse…
Apr 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

This is a raw and open sharing of the things people hide and struggle with internally, but are now ready to talk about in a confidential group facilitated by Life Coaches Jesse and Genia Silva. This is not a group for those who choose to stay in a victim mentality, rather it is for those who are ready to heal themselves and become victorious with the encouragement of Life Coaches and their peers. If you are ready to DO THE WORK, please join us!

This support group is free and open to the public. 

Apr
2
Thu
Joshua Hebbert: Stargazing
Apr 2 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

“The slip cast vessels in Stargazing are explorations of interior and exterior spaces. By casting the interiors of vessels, new forms are revealed, and these diminish as I recast their interior voids. I also expand the forms by adding layers to the prototypes and making new molds. The textural history of these vessels becomes hidden as I create a family of objects that grow and shrink – gazing out, gazing in.” – Joshua Hebbert 

Small Favors XV: Expanding the Field
Apr 2 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Small Favors exhibition, The Clay Studio has expanded the show to include all media. This popular show challenges artists’ creativity in new and exciting ways with the challenge of making pieces on a very small scale. For some, their Small Favor is similar to what they normally make on a reduced scale. Others use it as an opportunity to explore new ideas or collaborate with a colleague. Though small in scale, the artworks created for this exhibition are huge in impact.