The term “curvilinear” means that a piece is contained by, or consists of, a curved line or lines. Our three featured artists use curvilinear forms in the creation of their beautiful and unique artwork.
Oil painter Antonia Ramis Miguel uses lines, both curved and straight, to create a visual effect that leads her to the actual subject of her amazing paintings.
Fused glass artist Chris Guercio feels that a point (single) plus a line (two points) plus a curve (three points) together provide a quality basis for her exceptional art.
To woodturner Allen Alexopulous, curvilinear invokes a convergence of lines defined by two points and graceful curvatures often called “fair” curves in the world of woodturning. This concept is demonstrated in several of Allen’s fabulous showpieces.
Join us to meet the Artists on Sunday, June 18, from 1-4:00. The Curvilinear Art Show will run through July 16, 2023. Visit the Gallery’s website for daily hours; closed Mondays and Tuesdays.