Green, Yellow, Blue

April 14 to May 5, 2013
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Closing Reception: Friday, May 3, 6-8 p.m.

Participating Artists
Larry Blumsack Louise Halstead Eva Patalas
Juliette Carignan Janel Houton Amy Rindskopf
Christine Carter-Husk Susan Kottler Elaine Asplind Russell
Iris Chandler Kwan Kew Lai Christine Sandvik
Arlette Doherty Paula Metcalf Lazar Melissa Shaak
Naomi Ellenberg-Dukas Suzanne Lefebvre Sylvia Staag-Giuliano
Danette English Kathy Lobo Lee Strasburger
Cara Lai FitzGibbon Maria Lobo Jane Wentzell
Charles FitzGibbon Carolyn May Sharon Whitman
Lisa Gibalerio Sophia Mone Carol Wintle
Bert Halstead Darisse Paquette
Arlette Doherty, Awash with Blue, Yellow and Green, fiber and beads

Arlette Doherty, Awash with Blue, Yellow and Green, fiber and beads

Since the end of the twentieth century, “The Green Movement” and “going green” have referred to the “Environmental Movement” and being “environmentally friendly”.

Sophia Mone, LePrintemps, print

Sophia Mone, LePrintemps, print

 

 

Yellow is associated with gold, sunshine, reason, optimism and pleasure. It is also sometimes associated with envy, jealousy and betrayal. Yellow pigment (yellow ochre) was used by cave artists in ancient times, and is still used by artists today.

 

Danette English, Vase Series #2, print

Danette English, Vase Series #2, print

 

 

Blue pigment can be made from minerals such as lapis lazuli, cobalt and azurite. Blue Dyes have been made from plants such as wood and indigo.

 

 

 

 

Amy Rindeskopf, Limes, photograph

Amy Rindeskopf, Limes, photograph

Kathy Lobo, Just in Time, paper

Kathy Lobo, Just in Time, paper