Exhibitions: February 2013

February 1-25 | Reception 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, February 1

Super Heroes We’d Like to See

Morgan Brig, She Is Unafraid of the Uphill ClimbWe asked artists to reveal their most amazing inner selves. They repaired to their sanctuaries, hauled out their special gadgets, and demonstrated that super heroes aren’t just crime fighters and warriors of justice. They can be pooches, grandmothers, and first grade teachers expressed in every conceivable medium, from glass to wood to paint to paper to metal to prints to neon.

Catch the gallery awash with these imaginings before they all fly away.

Morgan Brig, Lynn Brunelle, Andy Caro, Megan Drew, Garth Edwards, Denise Harris, Sandra Hurd, M.J. Linford, Linnea Lundmark, Shane Miller, Deborah Peek, and Joan Peter and Laurie Lewis.

Morgan Brig, She is Unafraid of the Uphill Climb, 2011. Copper, enamel, etched brass, mixed media. Charlie Backus photo.

Mixed Nuts

IMax Weber, "Vintage Typewriter," 2012. 8x10. Image courtesy of the artist.n BAC’s annual Mixed Nuts show, young artists learn what it means to be professionals, making and framing their art, writing artist statements, signing contracts, and discovering how artists and galleries work together.

Unlike our school shows in May, all the work is for purchase. And you’ll want to – this work reflects pure delight in the process. Only kids can make art this cool!

Max Weber, Vintage Typewriter, 2012. Digital print. Image courtesy of the artist.

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Lynn Brunelle, Superweenie, 2012. Fused glass. Image courtesy of the artist.