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'Digital Art - A New Generation' kicks off with artists' reception, gallery talk

April 5, 2013 · 11:11 AM
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Karin Schminke, 'Beyond the Blue,' 2011, is ink, rice paper, acrylics on aluminum panel. Schminke is one of the artists represented in this month's exhibition at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts, “Digital Art - A New Generation.” The show runs through April 22. / Image courtesy of Karin Schminke

Artist Karin Schminke will lead a gallery talk at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts this weekend.

The free talk is 12:30 p.m. Saturday, April 6.

Schminke is an educator, digital mixed media pioneer and curator of April’s digital art exhibition, “Digital Art - A New Generation,” at BAC. She blends technology with physical mediums to achieve luminous, layered works of art; find out how at this special presentation.

“Digital Art - A New Generation” runs at BAC through April 22.

Digital technologies are transforming contemporary fine art, having become a powerful addition to many artists’ mixed media tool kits. This exhibition brings together an exciting group of contemporary artists who reveal the inventive, multi-dimensional array of what’s possible, from collage to encaustic to prints.

Artists include Jeff Brice, Robert Campbell, Nichole DeMent, Dionne Haroutunian, Iskra Johnson, Amanda Knowles, Claudia Meyer-Newman, Barbara Robertson, Stephen Rock and Karin Schminke.

An artists’ reception will be held at 6 p.m. April 5 during the First Friday Art Walk.

Also on display at BAC this month, the art of Larry Halvorsen.

Applying his signature sgraffito carving technique to ceramic vessels, tables, and sculptures, Halvorsen uses primitive motifs to strikingly modern effect.

 

 


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