Over thirty members showed their work in this year’s No Strangers exhibition, and over one-hundred visitors joined us for the opening reception to see the art made by our member community.
Every year Art Intersection puts out a call for work to our Sponsor level and above members to have their work curated into the No Strangers exhibition. This year there are well over one-hundred pieces of art decorating the gallery walls!
Before the opening Timothy McCoy held a talk about his work currently in Ryan Gallery, Beyond My Lens. Timothy’s work has been seen in several past Light Sensitive exhibitions at Art Intersection, and Beyond My Lens features selections from his Tongues to Stone, Long Long Journey, Sanctuary, The Water Course Way, and Street Life bodies of work.
Thank you to all who attended our opening reception for this year’s Little by Little exhibition! These small artworks invite the viewer to look closer, and can wonderful holiday gifts for the season.
You can view the full Little by Little exhibition online here, and if you are interested in purchasing any of the pieces, just give us a call during our business hours or send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thank you to everyone who attended the opening reception for our Picturing Resistance exhibition this past Saturday, where we had the pleasure of having author and performer Ada McCartney read selections of her own poems, as well as from Diane di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters in the passionate spirit of the images displayed on the walls in this exhibition.
Picturing Resistance will run until October 22nd, so there is still plenty of time to drop by and see the exhibition. In the meantime, have a look at a few moments from the opening reception!
In addition to selecting the work featured the Picturing Resistance exhibition, Ken Light has images from his book, Midnight la Frontera, on display in Ryan Gallery. These images, while captured between 1983 and 1987 while he rode along with U.S. Border Patrol agents, depict the same inhumane treatment migrants face today at our border. Both Picturing Resistance and Midnight La Frontera will be available to view at Art Intersection until October 22nd.
Another successful opening reception for All Art Arizona! Local artists, friends, families, and art collectors joined us for the night to discuss and admire the diversity in this exhibition. From paintings, photography, sculpture, glass, and mixed media these artists are the representation of talent that comes from all over Arizona.