SARTQ: RED

Sarasota visual art collective with new exhibit around the theme of the color red. Palmetto Art Center, February 10 – March 9, 2017

February 10 – March 9, 2017
Palmetto Art Center
Opening Reception Friday, February 10 6-9pm

SARTQ: RED exhibition, will fill the beautiful Palmetto Art Center with glowing color. Whether scarlet, crimson, maroon, vermilion, berry, ruby, rose, burgundy, carmine, brick, or cerise – red is both satisfying and exciting. The strong feelings suggested by the color red – passionate love, blood and anger – are always stimulating!

“A thimble full of red is redder than a bucketful.” – Henri Matisse

The 10 artists in the exhibition celebrate the many ways to see the color red. “Red can boost your energy, it exudes confidence and is life-affirming. In addition, this exhibition gives all art lovers something different to do with their sweethearts for their Valentine’s celebration,” says SARTQ co-founder Tim Jaeger.

The artwork in this group show includes printmaking, collage, drawing, video installation, sculpture and painting. In addition, FREE red silk screened prints will be made for the public right before their eyes while meeting the members of SARTQ. Attendees may bring their own clothing items such as t-shirts, pants, scarfs etc., though any item that can lie flat under the screen and will accept ink can be printed on.

SARTQ: RED exhibition is open to the public with no admission fee. Cash bar and live music by Hunter Brown will be provided. Following the opening reception, the Palmetto Art Center gallery will be open Saturday, February 11th from 11AM – 1PM. Also, Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, Noon – 2PM, and by appointment.

The 10 participating SARTQ artists include Jeffery Cornwell, Elena De La Ville, Zachary Gilliland, Tim Jaeger, Cassia Kite, Jenny Medved, Laine Nixon, Javier Rodriguez, Steven Strenk, and Jill Taffet

For more information:
941.518.2109
sartq.org
info@sartq.org

The Palmetto Art Center is located at:
907 5th Street West, Palmetto, Florida, 34221.
Right next door to Grower’s Hardware Store

Sarasota Visual Artists Open Studios – January 2017

Sarasota Visual Artists Studio 1Sarasota Visual Artists Studios is a FREE Open Studio Series on the 1st Saturday of the Month January – April 11am-4pm.

Open Studio Series is the collaboration of a diverse group of local visual artists sharing their studios with the community. Visitors are encouraged to openly discuss the varied processes with each artist in the environment where it all begins.

The 2017 SVAS artists include: Duncan Chamberlain, Joseph H Melancon, Bill Buchman, Andrea Dasha Reich, Jack Dowd, Elena De La Ville, Jorge Blanco, Vicky Randall, Tim Jaeger, and Tom Stephens.

January Sarasota Open Studio Artists January Open Studio Locations

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SARTQ at Art Center Sarasota 2016

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January 28 – March 05, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 28 • 5-8pm

Featuring small-scale, limited-edition prints by the 15 members of this dynamic local artist collective. This is SARTQ’s first all-print exhibition and it reflects their dedication to the medium. The 24” x 30” works are created using traditional and non-traditional print-making methods. Dustin Juengel, the curator of this show and Art Center Sarasota’s exhibitions curator says,

“The prints are unified through their common size and framing instead of turning the focus to the diversity of the SARTQ artists and their different printing styles and methods.”

SARTQ members include Elena De La Ville, Larry Forgard, Zachary Gilliland, Joni Younkins-Herzog, Tim Jaeger, Jeffery Cornwell, Cassia Kite, Andrew Long, Noelle McCleaf, Jenny Medved, Daniel Miller, Laine Nixon, Javier Rodriguez, Steven Strenk, and Natalya Swanson.

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SARTQ Print Exhibit at Art Center Sarasota, 707 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota FL

7th Annual Print Party!

SARTQ Print Party 2016 / Art Center Sarasota
February 13, 3-7pm

SARTQ Print Party 2016

An annual event that gives the public a chance to interact with both art and artists. This year’s party will serve as an opportunity for the public to purchase a print created right before their eyes while meeting the members of SARTQ, enjoy music and food while viewing the multiple exhibitions of Art Center Sarasota.

From 3-7pm on February 13, SARTQ will hold its free screen-printing party at Art Center Sarasota. SARTQ’s sixth print party in March of 2015 drew nearly 1,500 people who brought shirts, skirts, placemats and everything in between to be screened live by the artists.

“We’re excited to partner with Art Center Sarasota this year for our annual print party,” says SARTQ co-founder, Tim Jaeger. “It’s a natural fit because we can get messy in the classroom and bring people together in the galleries for an entertaining afternoon and evening.”

Once again, each of the 15 artists have created an original design for the event. Attendees may bring their own clothing items such as t-shirts, pants, scarfs etc., though any item that can lie flat under the screen and will accept ink can be printed on. Choose your favorite design — or pick several! — and each print is just $5. The public is encouraged to be creative, with some particularly cute dog clothes, baby tees and handbags resulting from last year’s event. There will also be blank t-shirts on hand for purchase. This is a free, family friendly event.

SARTQ Print Party 2016 / Art Center Sarasota
February 13 • 3-7pm

SARTQ: HERE AND NOW #Sarasota #Art

SARTQ, Sarasota’s local popular artist collective has reemerged. The now redesigned 501c3 network of accomplished Sarasota and Manatee artists invites you to their first 2015 exhibition.

Here and Now (front)

Featuring artists include: Andrew Long, Cassia Kite, Caui Lofgren, Daniel Miller, Elena De La Ville, Javier Rodriguez, Jenny Medved, Laine Nixon, Larry Forgard, Morgan Janssen, Natalya Swanson, Nathan Wilson, Noelle McCleaf, Steven Strenk, Tim Jaeger, Zachary Gilliland, and curated by Danny Olda

SARTQ events and exhibitions are suitable for all ages and accessible to everyone in the community.

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OPENING RECEPTION: August 15, 2015 (6pm – 9pm)
Gallery Hours:  Tuesday-Saturday (11am – 4pm)
Address: 1525 State Street, Sarasota, FL

CALL OF THE WILDACRES: Visiting Artists and Faculty Exhibit

February 8 – February 28, 2013
Clothesline Gallery, Sarasota, FL

The exhibition will feature a variety of art from photography and painting to stoneware and sculpture by Ringling College Continuing Studies and Special Programs visiting artists and faculty.

February 8 – February 28, 2013
Clothesline Gallery, Sarasota, FL

Opening Reception Friday, February 8th, 2013, 5:00pm – 9:00-pm.

The Ringling College of Art and Design Continuing Studies and Special Programs presents a group exhibition of 12 Wildacres Art Workshop visiting artists and faculty. Opening Friday, February 8th at Clothesline Gallery & Boutique, the exhibition will feature a variety of art from photography and painting to stoneware and sculpture.

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Featured artists include Annette Sidner, Don Brandes, Omarr Otero, Kathy Wright, Elena De La Ville, Joe Loccisano, Kevin Costello, Cindy Mason, Jean Blackburn, Lynn Merhige, Patrick Lindhardt, Seth Barendse and Michael White.

About Wildacres Art Workshops:
At an elevation of 3,000 feet, Wildacres is situated atop a mountain in Little Switzerland, North Carolina. Ringling College of Art and Design’s Wildacres Art Workshops is an exceptional retreat experience that provides an environment for creative exploration and camaraderie. Open to students of all skill levels, the weeklong workshops are designed to familiarize the novice with methods and techniques in a selected discipline, and to inspire the experienced artist to explore new processes to stimulate creativity, and to expand their skills. Each concentrated week of classes, demonstrations, critiques and artists lectures offers extensive time to focus on your work. Small class sizes ensure individual attention to your work and creative goals. Studios are open to enrolled students outside of class schedules. Upon completion of a weeklong workshop, participants may earn 2 or more CEUs. These workshops are funded in part through the generosity of the Blumenthal Foundation. Learn more about the program, its faculty, and how to participate here. (www.ringling.edu/retreat)

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Gallery Hours: Monday Noon – 5p.m. & Tuesday – Saturday 12 Noon – 6p.m. / Admission: Free

529 South Pineapple Avenue, Sarasota, FL

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