By Michael J. Pearce Bonifacio Bembo, Catherine Kennedy Image, metaphor, imagination. The house and the self. The symbolic and conceptual power of representational images, George O’Hanlon Changes in Binding Media and the Search for the Lost Secrets of the Old Masters, Linda Fisler Imagination and Creativity - A Cognizant Balance?
By Graham Toms Public Education and Imagination, Nicholas McNally #nofilter: Imagination in the Portraits of Hans Holbein the Younger, John Devane Visual Imagination and Touch: the Painted Mark in Representational Painting
A short bus trip takes us to the Blackboard Gallery to see "The Illusionists," curated by Michael Pearce, then on to the Kwan Fong Gallery, and the Rolland Gallery, where curator Joseph Bravo will speak about the exhibits.
By Guy Kinnear North or South? Traditions of Empiricism and Imagination in Representational Art, Mica Pillemer Imagination and Representation, Howard Taikeff The Monuments Nobody Asked For, Ana Schmidt The Artist´s Eye: the Artistic Vision of Cultural Landscape
When Scott was 7, his biological father left the family. From the wound that this abandonment created, the artist F. Scott Hess was born. This documentary examines the complex and visionary artistry of Hess. After 32 years he reunites with his father and creates a mock National Exhibit questioning the authority of perceived truths and the dubious 400 year of his paternal family history.
Director Shirin Bazleh and F. Scott Hess will talk about the film.