Howard Rotblat-Walker’s most recent work are assemblages of reflected and repeated sections from his photographs to create abstract patterns. Some resemble the patterns created by a kaleidoscope. Some incorporate patterns reminiscent of Islamic tiles and textiles. Still others explore the repetitive patterns of line and color used in decorative objects such as Japanese fans.
While Howard’s photography is auto-didactic, he holds degrees in Sociology from the Illinois Institute of Technology and the University of Chicago. As a graduate student he started pushing the capabilities of computer software applications. Digital image editing to create art is a continuation of his software expertise and is very much a part of what he creates.
Howard Rotblat-Walker is an award-winning artist member of Imago Gallery/Imago Foundation for the Arts, and has exhibited at the Newport Art Museum, the RI Center for Photographic Arts, Art Night Bristol-Warren, the Bristol Art Museum, the Attleboro Arts Museum, the Wickford Art Association, and the Newport Photographers Guild. His work can be found online at https://hrwfineartphoto.com/home.html.
Join us for an opening night celebration in Sprout Warren on December 6th from 6 to 8pm. RSVP to the event on Facebook.
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.
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 December until January 6. Check out more of her work in our November art blog.
Gallery Night Providence occurs nine months out of the year – March through November. The next season is in 2020.