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Tuesday, 1 March 2016 to Saturday, 26 March 2016
Opening: 
Friday, 11 March 2016 - 6:00pm
"Fields I",Artist: Joyce Savre, Acrylic on Canvas

Sydell Lewis and Joyce Savre will be featured artists at Gallery House in March in an exhibit called "Spatial Memories”.The exhibit will run from March 1 through March 26, 2016. A public reception for the artists is Friday, March 11, 6-8pm. Gallery  House is located at 320 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA. Call: (650) 326-1668.

Gallery House is located at 320 S. California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA (entrance through Printer’s Café). Call (650) 326-1668. Regular gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m

 

Artist ( Description ): 
Painter, Sydell Lewis adds the element of time to her paintings in her third series of work inspired by landscape images as seen from the air.  She explains: “In the “Aerial Seconds Series” I intertwine and overlay high vantage views to reference rapid visual changes one experiences in a moving airplane.  I contrast these images with invented abstractions to ground the work.”  

Lewis is represented locally by Gallery House in Palo Alto and by Robert Allen Fine Arts in Sausalito. She has exhibited her work in New York City with both the Dacia Gallery in 2012 in an invited group show and the Artifact Gallery in 2015 in a featured show of her aerial paintings from the “ Embracing Space Series”.   In the preface of the show’s catalogue, John Austin a Manhattan based writer reflects on her work:  “ Her image- making involves a fragile synthesis: It draws together her powers of observation as well as those of her singular intelligence. Together they re-construct the world for us through the creative action of her imagination.”

Joyce Savre is an award winning artist from Menlo Park who says she “came to painting by way of poetry” Still writing poetry as well as painting, she often incorporates language and handwriting in her work—a line of poetry becomes a row of beets in the farmer’s field.

The words in the painting are not meant to be read however, here they are used  as symbols for the importance of using our words and honoring all languages as she believes language holds the key perhaps to our survival – In some paintings, the layering of language sets up the depth of space suggesting layers of thought, seeing beyond, or seeing one’s history-- as in memories.

 
*Painter, Sydell Lewis adds the element of time to her paintings in her third series of work inspired by landscape images as seen from the air.  She explains: “In the “Aerial Seconds Series” I intertwine and overlay high vantage views to reference rapid visual changes one experiences in a moving airplane.  I contrast these images with invented abstractions to ground the work.”  

Lewis is represented locally by Gallery House in Palo Alto and by Robert Allen Fine Arts in Sausalito. She has exhibited her work in New York City with both the Dacia Gallery in 2012 in an invited group show and the Artifact Gallery in 2015 in a featured show of her aerial paintings from the “ Embracing Space Series”.   In the preface of the show’s catalogue, John Austin a Manhattan based writer reflects on her work:  “ Her image- making involves a fragile synthesis: It draws together her powers of observation as well as those of her singular intelligence. Together they re-construct the world for us through the creative action of her imagination.”

*Joyce Savre is an award winning artist from Menlo Park who says she “came to painting by way of poetry” Still writing poetry as well as painting, she often incorporates language and handwriting in her work—a line of poetry becomes a row of beets in the farmer’s field.

The words in the painting are not meant to be read however, here they are used  as symbols for the importance of using our words and honoring all languages as she believes language holds the key perhaps to our survival – In some paintings, the layering of language sets up the depth of space suggesting layers of thought, seeing beyond, or seeing one’s history-- as in memories.

 
 
Telephone: 
(650) 326-1668
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Gallery House is a cooperative gallery located through Printer's Cafe, 320 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA. Gallery House members number 40 artists located throughout the Bay Area.

The gallery has been in business for 57 years, primarily located in Palo Alto. There are: Painters, Sculptors, Ceramics, Printers, Weaver, Jewelry and Photographers. Gallery House is known for the high quality, reasonably priced art work carried by the gallery

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