In her exploration of neon painting (also called “blacklight painting”), Luppi executes a series of vibrant geometric studies, as a perceptual adventure of human emotion. The juxtaposition of primary colors and vivid, direct shapes are intended to show luminosity, and yet diffently, in the two contaxts of this medium, normal light and “black light.” This double objective, which in a sense is a “duplicated reality,” underlies the emotional contasts and perspectives that form these paintings.
Eveline is a 3rd generation New York School artist who has lived and worked in NYC for many years. She currently resides in RI. She studied life drawing at RISD and abstract painting, drawing and sculpture at the Art Students League in NYC. She has taught abstract painting at the Providence Art Club and the Newport Art Museum. She has exhibited in New York, throughout New England and in the Hamptons.
Her work can be found online at https://www.evelineluppi.com. Luppi’s work will be on display at the Gallery at Sprout CoWorking in Providence during the month of November until January 6.
Gallery Night Providence Tours are completely FREE! Tours depart from the Regency Plaza in Downtown Providence regularly. Meet on the first floor lounge of One Regency Plaza. You can also stop by Sprout on your own. There is plenty of free off street parking, or try taking the autonomous vehicle.
Providence is open until 9 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month for a Gallery Night party that is open to the public. Stop in on Gallery Night November 21st for the last event of the season. Meet our featured artist, have a snack, and learn about Sprout CoWorking. Walk over, jog over, bike over, drive over, Uber over or take the Gallery Night Trolley from the Regency Towers!
Rhode Island native, musician and music educator, Mary Casale, uses large squeegees to apply, layer, and scrape away acrylic paints from large and small-scale canvas and panel. Inspired by German born abstract painter Gerhard Richter, and using predominantly primary colors of red, yellow and blue, Casale creates pieces that are colorful, energetic, and provocative. The paintings invite us to engage and experience the beauty and energy of color, and the spectrum of human feelings as expressed within the context of the abstract; a world boundless, indefinite, continually uncertain.
Mary Casale’s work can be found online at https://www.marycasale.com. Casale’s work will be on display at the Gallery at Sprout CoWorking in Warren from November 1-26. An opening celebration is scheduled for Friday November 15th 5:30-7:30 pm. RSVP to the opening event on Facebook here.
Hey Providence and Newport (and points in between on Rt 114)!
Did you know that the #60 RIPTA bus comes right through Main Street? Why not catch the bus and leave the car at home?
Art Night Bristol Warren occurs four months out of the year – May through August. The next season is in 2020.