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Syracuse, NY Orange Line Gallery is pleased to announce their re-opening after relocating to a new, larger and dedicated gallery space still in the downtown area. The occasion kicks off with an artist’s reception open to the public welcoming their new show, “Life and the Traveler”, on Thursday September 18, 2008 from 5pm – 10pm. The gallery is located at 305 Montgomery Street, Syracuse. Several of the artists will be on hand and refreshments will be served.

This show will feature five artists new to Orange Line, including Marna Bell, Laura Celuch and Heather Kunst showing photography; Jim Reed with latex on canvas; and Jace Collins featuring works in acrylic, oil and paper on Plexiglas.

“Life and the Traveler” explores treks to geographical places, real and imagined, as well as journeys to the inner-self in manners of traditional to abstract. To sum up the new pieces: Marna offers viewpoints from car windows, as well as nature’s viewpoint while traveling on its natural journey; Laura and Heather both show sweet, nurturing and narrative scapes; Jim continues with themes of abstract vibrant self-introspection; and Jace wraps up the show with precise geometrics which appear almost three-dimensional on a two-dimensional plane. 

New work will also be shown, relevant to the theme, by past opening artists:
David McKenney- photography
Debra Parry Trichilo- photography
Dustin Angell- photography
Father Andrew- digital paintings
Kevin Lucas- photography
Meg Gentile- acrylic, oil, wax & paper on canvas
Melissa Tiffany- collage
Mick Mather- digitally manipulated photography
Spencer Baker- photography

Orange Line Gallery will be open Thursdays and Fridays from 5 – 10pm and Saturdays from noon until 6pm, also by appointment. Admission is free and off-street parking is available. For more information call or email Melissa Tiffany at (315) 263-5780 or mtiffany@orangelinegallery.com.

More great Gallery news, Orange Line is a new member to our community’s fantastic art open, Th3! Each month Orange Line will feature new shows and artists, opening with a reception on the third Thursday of each month from 5pm – 9pm. Each show is open to the public at no charge. The gallery is located on the same block as the Onondaga Historical Association Museum and the YMCA GallerY, also participating Th3 members.

Orange Line Gallery will be open Thursdays and Fridays from 5 – 10pm and Saturdays from noon until 6pm, also by appointment. Admission is free and off-street parking is available. For more information call or email Melissa Tiffany at (315) 263-5780 or mtiffany@orangelinegallery.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted: Sunday, September 7th, 2008 @ 7:18 am by Curt
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