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Exhibition Feature

Making a 'Connection' at BCC's gallery


The Herald News by Linda Murphy

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The Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery at Bristol Community College is opening its fall exhibits on Thursday, Sept. 6 with "Connections," featuring the work of Milisa Galazzi, Toby Sisson, and Kristin Street.

"The artists use drawing and mark-making to examine the human condition. Each artist's use of the language of drawing is time-based. Their works are physical, meticulous, searching, symbolic, and a meditation on ways to manipulate materials to convey something essential about our relationships to each other," said Gallery Director Kathleen Hancock in a press release for the exhibit.

Street, of Foster, Rhode Island, and Galazzi and Sisson, of Providence, met through a regional artist's group and share a history of working in the encaustic wax process. Because of the nature of the exhibition being Connections, Hancock said they wanted to integrate the three artists' pieces on display in the gallery to achieve a common response so the works together can have a sense of conflict and resolution.

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Current Exhibition

Connections


Milisa Galazzi    Toby Sisson     Kristin Street


September 6 – October 11, 2018

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The way humans engage with stories is time-based. There is usually a beginning, middle, and an end. We expect that because that is also how we perceive moving through time. We experience the present moment, but it is evaluated or tempered by our awareness of linear time. Our memories of the past and our anticipation of the future inform our relationships to the current moment. From our experiences, we develop strategies of analysis but sometimes we are perplexed when outcomes do not match our expectations.

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