The Life and Art of Ed Kwiatkowski
Reception July 2, 5-8pm Amherst Art Walk Exhibit runs through July 31, 2015
The CircaNowGallery presents the art work of Holyoke artists Ed Kwiatkowski after making its debut at the Holyoke Senior Center in 2014. Ed passed away in January of 2014 and this exhibit is a tribute to his life's work and how one person gave us so much despite his physical limitations due to a life with cerebral palsy. All art works on display are courtesy of the Ed Kwiatkowski Family Trust
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Custom picture framing in the Valley for over 30 years. Offering conservation matting & framing; dry-mounting up to 40x60"; double mats; custom mounting of mixed media objects; art collection services for public/private collections; inventory, documentation, facilities review and consultation.
The CircaNowGallery provides an opportunity for local and regional artists to exhibit mixed media and other works of art while also collaborating with the local community in developing partnerships that encourage dialogue and support for the arts and humanities. Artists are encouraged to submit an exhibit proposal for exhibits that collaborate with local non-profit partners
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"I believe that (abstract) art not only registers contemporary problems, but projects a desirable future order, unhampered by any secondary meaning...(abstract) art, I thought, creates new types of special relationships, new inventions or forms, new visual laws---basic and simple---as the visual counterpoint to a more purposeful, cooperative human society." ...........Moholy-Nagy 1922