March 2019 Gallery Openings: Rara Avis by Diane Hoffman and Robin Hogg / Liliana Fijman’s “From Plants to Artwork”


Robin Hogg - Rara Avis
Robin Hogg – Rara Avis research paper word count media pastilla viagra hace efecto viagra premature ejaculation cure buy cialis or viagra follow url cialis leisure world enter who moved my cheese essay help photo essay how to write a paper without plagiarizing how to write a debate essay pfizer drug viagra proofreading essays enter proofreading at home thesis acknowledgement master how to build the best resume help with teaching assistant coursework top homework ghostwriting website for university buy paper knife viagra costo costa rica buy viagra boca levitra grand meadow Announcing the March Show at The Gallery @Sprout Coworking. The First Show of the 23rd Gallery Night Season!

This show will run from March 4ththrough March 29th. The opening will be in conjunction with Gallery Night on March 21st. The Gallery and parking are always free. 

The gallery is open to the public M-F, 9-5 and the 3rd Thursday from 5-9pm.

RARA AVIS: the current works of Diane Hoffman and Robin Hogg translate to one of a kind freshness, brassiness,  nonpareil fun and three dimensional surprise. Literally, rare birds and odd ducks to delight the curious viewer. 

DIANE HOFFMANhas shown her work in Miami, Chicago, Memphis, Boston, Amsterdam, Germany, and  Providence. Diane Hoffman has an MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from RISD.

ROBIN HOGG has shown her work in New Orleans, Louisiana, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas, Spokane, Washington, Iri Anjaya, Papua New Guinea, and Providence, Rhode Island. She holds a BFA from RISD.

Rara Avis - Diane Hoffman
Rara Avis – Diane Hoffman

Diane Hoffman:

My current body of work seeks to update the animal pelt rug into something both joyful and critical. I create tufted low relief full body portraits of domestic animals reclining on their backs. By tufting or looping yarn through a backing cloth, I use loop and cut pile stitches at various heights to create velvety lush or downy textures to describe fur and complex patterns such as a brindle coat or tabby stripe. Through exaggerated color, rich texture and the animal pose itself, the skin rug transforms itself into an interspecies examination.

Robin Hogg:

My current body of work seeks to capture the unexpected bird’s magic of the graceful and the grotesque. To find the very essence of the bird, their evolution, their audacity, their brilliance, their flamboyance and their whimsey. I use pastel to find their softness, and paint to marry nature’s feather and beak with bold, graphic pattern 


Liliana Fijman "From Plants to Artwork"
Liliana Fijman “From Plants to Artwork”

“From Plants to Artwork” – featuring works by Liliana Fijman at Sprout CoWorking Warren.

Liliana will talk about her process of creating art from plants. She will be joined by Lauren Pearlman from the Paper Connection.

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