“Divergent Evolution,” an exhibition featuring 23 artists from around the United States, is on view at Studio Montclair Gallery, 127 Bloomfield Ave., through April 10. Each work was chosen to display common threads and preoccupations within the works of individual artists, writes SMI.
Studio Montclair writes in a release, “The exhibit not only demonstrates an extraordinary range of materials, styles, and subject matter, but also offers the intrigue of observing common threads and preoccupations within the works of individual artists. Says Curator Emma Wilcox about the exhibit, “As an artist and culture worker much of the dialogue I am part of revolves around where the attributes of a given artwork come from; the connection of that piece to the other works in a series an artist is creating; antecedents in prior antecedents in prior works or series; the influences of other artists. I love this kind of talk; we all do it all the time, publicly or privately. Divergent Evolution is an opportunity to share some of that talk.”
Jose Arvelo, Mariette Boerstoel, Jennifer Crohn, Louis DiLauri, Anne Dushanko Dobek, Andrea Epstein, Laurie Fusco, Elizabeth Ginsberg, Alice Harrison, Paul Jervis, Rachel Laufer, Cheryl McNamara, Bud McNichol, Arthur Paxton, Bobbie Polton, Marcy Pope, Ron Powell, Matt Roberts, Danielle Stauss, Elie Porter Trubert,
Nikki Vismara, Sue Eldridge Ward, Gail Watkins
Curator Emma Wilcox gave a 2016 Tedx Talk. Studio Montclair Gallery is at 127 Bloomfield Ave. Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday and Saturday noon-3 p.m. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit studiomontclair.org.