The Goods: Weekend News (04.06.12)

Sarasota Visual Art’s round up of information, upcoming exhibitions, and events. John Henry, John Van Alstine, Caroline Ramersdorfer, Don Porcaro, Leslie Fry, Joe Segal, John Mack, Michelle Fader, Michael Eade, Paul Mathisen, Craig Rubadoux

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Olda Reviews: Like Water, Plain Yet Potent

Michelle Fader’s clear technical skill shows her to be an adept photographer. More importantly, though, her promise in image and meaning manipulation shows her promise as an artist.

Interview with Hermitage Fellow, artist Michael Eade

A current Hermitage fellow, Michael Eade, a contemporary watercolour landscape painter from New York City, recently visited Sarasota for a residency.

[Sponsored] Featured Artist – Paul Mathisen

Mathisen bases all of what he does in paint on the idea of beauty, perfect in all of its imperfections. He likes to think he is not reinventing the wheel, but stepping on the shoulders of past masters and transcending the art form to something that is his own.

“Pinturas Primavera” – Craig Rubadoux at Dabbert Gallery

April 6 – A one man show at Dabbert Gallery featuring works on paper and canvas. Rubadoux’s paintings are intensely personal glimpses into particular emotions, and he frequently speaks of his work as a journal. Greatly affected by his environment and a love of nature, Rubadoux’s painting style is colorful and fluid.

“LAND, SEA & 3D” at Allyn Gallup Contemporary

April 10 – The exhibit features landscapes and seascapes by Jean Blackburn, James Couper, Heidi Edwards, Bruce Marsh, John Hardy and A. D. Peters, and sculpture by John Henry, John Van Alstine, Caroline Ramersdorfer, Don Porcaro, Leslie Fry, Joe Segal and John Mack