Exhibit: Art In A Time Of Coronavirus | A Postcard Response
Art In A Time Of Coronavirus is an exhibition of 97 hand-built postcards [4” x 6”] that present the maker’s personal response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Postcards were created from paper, polymer clay, fabric, recycled and mixed media materials by 33 people living in Michigan, California, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Washington. Postcards will be exhibited in tandem with the GAAC’s fall exhibition, Power Tools, which may be viewed in the gallery or on-line.
Postcard exhibitors are: Gavin Dubblex Alleyne, Kenneth Andreys, Leslie Atkins, Matthew Ballou, Henri-Simon Blanc-Hoang, Thomas Brawner, Ellen Briggs, Traci Campbell, Cybil Nicole Cavalieri, Maribeth Condon, Diane S. Ferguson, Jodi Ferguson, Melia Couturier, Meg Cecil Fincher, Paula Jo Kemler, Isabella King, Olga Kleshinski, Olivia Kleshinski, Michele LePere, Ellen Meeker, Joan Meyers, Andre Pace, Jane Reiter, Maryann Riker, Joan Richmond, Carol Steiner, Mark Videan, Dianna Walker-McPhail, Susan Weiss, Susan Wink, Andrew Wohl, Laurel Wright, Karen Zerrenner.
Most of postcards are available for acquisition. The cost is $30. Proceeds from the sale of this exhibition benefit the GAAC’s Exhibitions Program.