Gallery One show ‘Inside/Outside’ to open Oct. 29
Gallery One this week announced their new show, “Inside/Outside,” which will open to the public on Oct. 29. Each of the 15 gallery artist will be showing an original work inspired by that theme, through Nov. 25.
In “Laundry Room,” a pastel by Laura Hickman, the viewer can see the relationship of interior and exterior spaces, as well as shadows and light. The scene is from a mobile home colony in Florida; the occupants live outside as much as inside.
Using watercolor, Lesley McCaskill is showing, “Tin Roof.” The work depicts a scene looking through several buildings at the Lewes Historical Society. The repeats of reds and rectangles and the eye movement from inside and out were the impetus for the work.
Joyce Condry’s oil painting is titled “Outside In.” In the work, her inspiration was the different lighting sources in a Washington, D.C., hotel corridor.
Dale Sheldon is showing “Homemade Beer,” a fluid acrylic that shows a montage of spatial images. The view is outside a window, looking deep into a layered interior overlaid with reflections on the glass.
Contemplation Einstein’s “wormhole theory” of the universe, Pat Riordan has painted an abstract called “Worm Hole,” in which circular forms seem to move through space.
Peggy Warfield has also presented an abstract titled “Floating.” It is an acrylic designed to give a feeling of tranquil space. Within a square format, spheres hover above a textured surface of soft crimson and yellows, into a dark green space.
These are just a few of the art works that will be on display at Gallery One during the exhibit. The public is being invited to visit Gallery One to view the show and other artworks by the 15 gallery artists and browse the fine craft room devoted to fine art jewelry, pottery, textiles, wood and glass.
Gallery One is always staffed by one of the artists and is open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Gallery One is located at 32 Atlantic Avenue in Ocean View. Visit the website at www.galleryonede.com for more information on Gallery One artists and classes, or call (302) 537-5055.