RAA Presents‘The Life Of Still Objects’
The Rockaway Artists Alliance is certainly not standing still as they shake off the grays of winter to present another successful exhibition. Showcased in the inviting sTudio 6 Gallery at Fort Tilden, “The Life of Still Objects” draws together the work of ten talented artists in RAA’s second show of the year. Through photography, painting and even quilt, the exhibition explores the motion and emotion shimmering just below the surface of everyday objects and places.
The “Life of Still Objects” will run through Sunday, March 27. For the exhibition the artists have used their imagination and skill to conjure up new interpretations of the ‘still life’ using inventive angles, subjects, juxtapositions and contexts. Such intriguing titles as “A Trinity of Ties in Paris,” “Flight,” “The Wood Shop,” “Hot Peppers,” “Half Empty,” “Blue Teapot,” “Riis Towers,” “Beach,” appropriately “Still Life II,” and “Modern Onions in Early 17th C. Japanese Oribe Bowl” bring to life a world full of objects we feel like we are seeing for the first time. It is a world to which the Rockaway Artists Alliance invites all to come and experience for themselves.
“The Life of Still Objects” artists include Sydell Rothefel, Stephanie Schmidt, Ralph Petagna, Maryann McEvoy, Audrey Irwin, Mary Meade, Jessica Schulman, Susan DeCastro, Dan Guarino and Joseph Abbate.
Gallery hours are from 12-4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday and by appointment. Admission to the gallery and all events are free, as is parking. For more information on exhibitions, events, meetings and directions please call 718-474- 0861, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.rockawayartistsalliance.org.
RAA works in close partnership with the National Park Service at Gateway National Recreation Area and in part is supported by NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
Fort Tilden is an historic former United States Army base. Its entrance is located off Rockaway Point Boulevard across from Riis Landing, and near the entranceway to the Marine Parkway Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge. Its nearest cross street is Beach 169 Street. Fort Tilden today is home to many cultural, community and sport activities and serves as a premier part of Gateway National Recreation Area, a unique urban national park that spans several boroughs.