Upcoming Exhibitions

“White Elephant 2”
Opening Reception: Friday, December 2nd from 6 – 9 PM
Show Runs: December 1st – 3rd

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“White Elephant 2” features an eclectic mix of artwork by over 25 local artists! All work is priced from $10 – $100.

White Elephant 2 – Participating Artists:
Karen Abato
Laura Barton
Ugis Berzins
Becca Cook
Chris D’Antonio
Emily Earl
Jenny Eitel
Tara Garrigan
Greenware Design
Doris Grieder
Cara K. Griffin
Melissa Hagerty
Jeffrey Hicks
Cleonique Hilsaca
Corey Houlihan
Geoff L Johnson
Axelle Kieffer
Heather Macrae
Miggs
Jordan Mooney
Joanne Morton
Jennifer Moss
Lara Neece
Maureen Patrick
Liz Rhaney
Lauren Schwind
Becca Sipper
John Stockel
Kimberly Valentinsonn

“Modern Celebrity”
Opening Reception: Friday, December 9th from 6 – 9 PM
Show Runs: December 8th – 18th

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Sulfur Studios invited artists to submit portraits of celebrities, rock stars, pop culture icons, and literary characters for the juried exhibition “Modern Celebrity.” Whether through talent or train wreck, fame or infamy, these personalities have wormed their way into our collective conscious. What makes them so engaging and why do we care?

Come see how artists from Savannah and beyond responded!

Participating Artists:

Tony Abboreno
Ashley Anderson
Brandin Barón
Meredith Gray
Josh Hall
Geoff L Johnson
David Laughlin
Robbie Mann
Miggs
Juliana Peloso
Peter Roberts
Jared Seff
Melissa Sixma
Josh Ward
Ingrid Wells
Hannah William

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Saturday, noon – 5PM

“Emergent Geographies: Recent Works by Jennifer Moss”
Opening Reception: Friday, January 6th from 6 – 9 PM
Show Runs: Thursday, January 5th – Saturday, January 7th

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Jennifer Moss’ mixed media fibers work is inspired by observations of the natural world. She is drawn to the way similar patterns re-appear across a range of scales in nature, and addresses this by layering and combining forms executed in a variety of different materials and processes, such as weaving, felting, knitting, and embroidery. The results are 3-dimensional fiber based collages that are at once abstract and familiar.

This ambiguity permits multiple interpretations, which references the way in which similar structures can found at all scales of nature. Branching forms are found not only in the roots and canopies of trees, but also in neurological and circulatory systems, in the growth pattern of slime molds, and on a geographic scale in rivers and streams. The same forms emerge multiple times in nature because they are perfectly adapted for a specific purpose, in this case the transfer of energy.

Moss sees a correlation between the field of fibers and the natural world. In both instances highly organized structures (like the interaction of warp and weft or the division and growth of cells) result in forms that are organic, pliable and often chaotic. There is an ephemeral quality to natural objects that can also be found in textiles. Coming to terms with this ephemerality in light of the labor-intensive processes required to create fibers has been a focus of her recent studio explorations.

See more of her work here: http://jenniferemoss.com/

“Emergent Geographies” is on display in the Main Gallery at Sulfur Studios from January 5th – 7th.

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Saturday, noon – 5PM

“I’d Burn Alive to Keep You Warm”
A Solo Exhibition from Camden Noir
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 19th
Show Runs: Wednesday, January 18th – Saturday, January 21st

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2 thoughts on “Upcoming Exhibitions

  1. Hi I would like to participate but I have few questions do u have any office phone to contact, mind and soul is it any spiritual concept? When do I need to submit images because I saw this add just today I need at least 2 to 3 days and its size range..

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    • Hi Pavani,

      Yes we are accepting a work that defines body and soul in any way that is meaningful to the maker. The deadline is today and that is firm, our Jury will be meeting this weekend to choose the work for the exhibition. Work must be less than 7 feet tall, must fit through a standard door and must weigh less than 100 pounds. These details can be found on our opportunities page.

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