September 29 - October 31
Works from artists who identify as an outsider or emerging artist, and create work that revolves around the life/death cycle, memento mori, and the macabre.
Closing reception October 31: Costume Party and Horror Films!
November 3 - January 13
Saturday, January 8th 2022 at 4:00 PM
Call for Art Information:
Virtual exhibition: exposé
Any art that relates to exposure, confessions, secrets, coming out, unmasking, opening.
All mediums welcome.
This exhibition is an online and digital show that will be online and projected on the walls of Hemlock Art Space & Gallery in Easton, PA. Pieces will be linked to the artist for sales and Hemlock will not collect commission.
Apply at hemlockart.com/calls-for-art by filling out the google form and paying the submission fee. Only one piece per submission. Artists can submit up to 3 times; submissions are $10 each.
Deadline is November 5th. Artists will be contacted on November 5th if their submission will be accepted. The online show will run November 13, 2021 - January 3, 2022 and the projected images will be on view Fridays during the same time period.
November 17 - December 19
Opening reception: November 20 @ 6PM
2021 is the year of the “Ox “based on the Chinese zodiac horoscope. It holds significant luck for those born under the sign and just so happens that both the Huckle Buckle boys were born as Oxen (1973). The traits of the Ox at first glances seem to be a generally pleasant and hard-working animal. For instance the Ox is known for its fair, trust worthy, loyal, wise, compassionate, and down to earth exterior. While its interior fueled by self-opinionated, inflexible, unapproachable, humorless, and self-loathing. It is the thought of our contradicting traits which our newest body of work “Wandering Ox” originates.
The work has been created contiguously between us which creates a collaboration that allows two egos be merged as one. This is what we refer to as the “Flow”. It’s a time when the rules of reality become non-existent and expectations vanish. The “Flow” provides us with the unexpected results that influence our practice.
The Work in this exhibition with be comprised of Monoprints, Archival Pigment Prints and Drawings. The subjects range from recognizable symbols to subconscious debris yet to be deciphered. We also add in a small amount of “LUCK” from the Ox for good measure!