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Writing for Performance

Pushing Toward the Edge   Rachel Jendrzejewski,  “A post-it I found on my lap while dozing on the metro in Los Angeles…” Rachel has bounced back from chemo and radiation treatments into a myriad of projects, including a ten-year project of posting on Facebook and Instagram a thought a day, a simple[…]

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Flash Fiction

Stories of Extreme Brevity Ingrid Jendrzejewski (2nd from left), our daughter, among some of the winners who were chosen to read their flash fiction stories on forgotten women at the Tara Arts Theater in London. Recently, our eldest daughter, Ingrid, accepted the position of Co-Director of National Flash Fiction Day[…]

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Revolve-Works by Robin Crocker

Coming in July 2019 Robin Crocker’s The Wish to Escape into Inner Space (For May Swenson),   13″ H x 18″ D, mixed media, coming in July combines poetry and sculpture. In July ASV will open Revolve: Works by Robin Crocker. Rhode Island artist Robin Crocker will exhibit multi-media text-based artworks that[…]

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Underpinnings-Looking at Jarrard-Dimond’s Work

Gradations in soil near O’hare Airfield Taking off from O’Hare on our way to London, I noticed variations of the earth’s soil that reminded me of the beautiful spotting of pigments and dyes on textiles and paintings by Terry Jarrard-Dimond.  Her exhibition at Art Space Vincennes, Evidence: The Art of Terry Jarrard-Dimond continues until[…]

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Parking for Art Space Vincennes

Relief in Time for First Friday The new parking lot at 6th and Main looking toward Old Chicago Pizza and TapRoom and next to it Art Space Vincennes Since the opening of Old Chicago Pizza, parking has been a problem for those wanting to visit the gallery, especially around meal time[…]

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Time Transfixed-Works by Curt Uebelhor

Something has changed. For many, it has been years since raises have occurred. There is more work, less leisure time, many of us live as indentured servants. There is a sense of inequality, cynicism, a class struggle, resentment toward the absurdly wealthy on the backs of the middle-class and the[…]

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Feb-09 ASV Studio News

News Amy DeLap won the “Best of Show Award” for her oil painting Ingrid and Rosalind, 2019, at the Owensboro Art Guild 57thJuried Exhibition, Owensboro Museum of Art, Owensboro, KY.  Andy Jendrzejewski’s diptych acrylic painting Duet, 2018, was accepted into the Owensboro Art Guild 57thJuried Exhibition, Owensboro Museum of Art, Owensboro, KY. The above show opened February[…]

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Love Wins Event

A Powerful Evening The Love Wins Event on Valentine’s Day evening turned out to be a powerful and extraordinary experience for those attending.  Aaron Casper organized the event as a continuation of the “Hope for the Future” fundraising campaign initiated at the Open Gallery on World Aids Day, December 1. The goal of this[…]

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The Big Picture

Origins of Imagination Happy New Year!  The recent holidays enabled many of us to think about the big things in our personal and public lives.  The coming New Year is full of anticipations, some hopeful, but others causing dread.  We can get mired in petty details and unnecessary fears.  Sometimes[…]

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Coming March 2019

Time Transfixed We are looking forward to the start-off of the gallery season with an exciting new show, Time Transfixed: Artworks by Curt Uebehlor. Uebehlor will exhibit collages and assemblages constructed from his ever-evolving collection of found objects and materials, combined and enhanced with paint and other surface treatments.  The works range[…]

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