May 2019 at the Crowell Gallery
The Crowell Gallery presents an exhibition by Donald Fitzpatrick
Pendulum Autographs – Drawing with Harmonic Motion
May 3rd – May 30, 20019
Reception May 4, 11 am – 1 pm
Moore Free Library, Newfane, VT
In May, the Crowell Gallery asks it’s viewers to explore the relationship between artist and machine. Don Fitzpatrick’s Pendulum Autographs are expressions of the frequencies and movement of pendulums on paper. The drawings in this exhibit were produced using three different machines he designed himself; a three pendulum rotary harmonograph, a two pendulum lateral harmonograph and and electro-mechanical drawing machine called a pintograph. We welcome you to visit and consider the many spirals the art of interactive kinetic pendulums produces when applying ink to paper. Ask yourself – is this table fitted with drawing machine as much a tool as paint brush, ink pen or camera lens? The images are dynamic, dimensional, abstract and encapsulate movement. A harmonograph will be set up in the gallery throughout the month of May. There will be an artists reception Saturday, May 4th between 11 am and 1 pm during which Don will be available to discuss the origin and features of this creative medium.
June 2019 at the Crowell Gallery
The Crowell Gallery presents Myles Danaher’s
New England / New Mexico landscapes
June 4 – June 30
Artist Reception June 6th, 5 pm – 7 pm
Moore Free Library, Newfane
Myles Danaher’s landscapes portray his familiarity of his native New England forests and hills and are contrasted with his fascination of the southwest desert in his mixed media show running through June at the Moore Free Library’s Crowell Gallery in Newfane, Vermont. Myles was born in Burlington, Vermont and attended Maine College of Art 1979-1983. He was awarded a Fellowship to Vermont Studio Center in 2004 and has been painting most of his life. Myles and his family live in Brattleboro, this is his second show at the Crowell. Please join him at an evening reception June 6th.
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