Robert Lange Studios | Out of Hibernation
Out of Hibernation features the work of contemporary landscape artist Adam Hall. The introspective body of paintings shows the struggle of artists to reinvent themselves. “I’m in love with those moments when I see something like it’s for the first time, almost as if you’re seeing something the way a child sees the world. Becoming a father to three kids now has definitely unfogged my adult lenses in a lot of ways and brought back more lust for life. Hopefully, the viewer will see the light peering through in the distance on some of my work and experience a real sense of hope and meaning,” says Hall.
Opens Fri. Nov. 1, 5-8 p.m. Free to attend. Robert Lange Studios, 2 Queen St. Downtown. robertlangestudios.com
Helena Fox Fine Art | Classically Contemporary
Classically Contemporary features artist Julyan Davis and silversmith Kaminer Haislip. Helena Fox Fine Art says that we’ll find Davis and Haislip “at the intersection of classic techniques and contemporary ideals.” Trained in centuries old techniques these two artists draw from their traditional art educations to create pieces which feel both classic and, you guessed it, contemporary.
Opens Fri. Nov. 1, 5-8 p.m. Free to attend. Helena Fox Fine Art, 106-A Church St. Downtown. helenafoxfineart.com
Trager Contemporary | Artist Talk: Cliff Tisdell
Cliff Tisdell, current artist-in-residence at The Edward Hopper House Museum and Art Center in New York will present an artist talk entitled: “The Power of Suggestion: Thoughts on Abstract Painting.” As part of that evening’s festivities, the gallery will have complimentary seasonal refreshments, live music by the Greg Keys from 5-8, with Tisdell’s artist talk at 6 p.m.
Fri. Nov. 1, 5-8 p.m. Free to attend. Trager Contemporary, 577 King St. Downtown. tragercontemporary.com
Ella Walton Richardson Gallery | Family Life
Family can be the core of what defines us as we grow up. Sometimes a family is created through life’s journey or through family of origin. Each of Kevin Chadwick’s paintings are a tapestry of color, harmony, and composition. As the Ella Walton Richardson gallery puts it, “They leave the viewer seeking intimacy with the art, just as we all seek closeness with those in our family and our circle.” At this opening you can meet the artist and learn more about his work.
Opens Fri. Nov. 1, 5-8 p.m. Free to attend. Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art Gallery, 58 Broad St. Downtown. ellarichardson.com