DELICIOUS AMBIGUITY

A feast for the eyes and a delight to the senses. The birds.

The Birds exhibition is tastefully and ambiguously connected to the Hitchcock classic story,

The Birds”.

The artists were presented with this story to create from; The diving board to their pool of many ideas. They have worked hard on their pieces for this show and it is truly exciting to see the ambiguity (two or more meanings or interpretations) of the collection. As for the movie, “The Birds”, there has been a lot of analysis on the intent and/or meaning of the film. All compelling and plausible. Hitchcock knew how to create mystery. But what if the point of the story is simply “delicious ambiguity”. Gilda Radner defined that term this way:” I always wanted a happy ending…now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it without knowing what’s going to happen next”. Hmmm…. uncertainty.  Delicious ambiguity! Maybe this is the message Hitchcock had in mind.

 

The artists in this exhibit took flight with their imaginations and talent and have produced works that reflects the important element of individual perspective. We may all view the same thing but not “see” the same thing! Delicious ambiguity!

 

The Birds Exhibition will be open to the public Saturday, October 24, from 10:00a.m.-5:00p.m.

The Collectors Circle preview evening will be Friday, October 23, from 5:00-8:00p.m. This is an invitation only event.

 

A deep and heartfelt appreciation goes to the very talented and equally generous, Anthony Waichulis, for his creation of “The Birds” video! A special thank you to Anthony and the Ani Art Academies for providing us the opportunity to work with such young and talented artists and instructors from around the world and for being a big help and inspiration to Lovetts Gallery!

 

Welcome to the imagination

and

A very special welcome to all the artists presenting in the birds show

Daud Akhriev

Timur Akhriev

Marla Allison

Carol Amos

Julie Bender

Rick and Tracy Bewley

Jason Brady

Robert L. Caldwell

Todd M. Casey

Mary Chiaramonte

Sheri DeBow

Terry Donahue

Melanie Florio

Todd Ford

Britt Freda

Scott French

Josh George

Geoffrey Gorman

Anthony Gonzales

Grant Hacking

Whitney M. Hall

Jeff Ham

Ken Hager

K. Henderson

Carrianne Hendrickson

Kelly Hensing

Chelsea Herron

Guy Hobbs

David Hochbaum

Terry Isaac

Timothy Jahn

James W. Johnson

Kirsten Kainz

Lindsey Kustusch

Karen Latham

Rebecca Latham

Dave Lebow

Lacey Lewis

Jane Liang

Jody Lyle

Alexandra Manukyan

Kevin Moore

Jody Naranjo

Vince Natale

Michael John Nolan

Claudia Patrick

Erika Pochybova

Sharon Pomales

Paul Rhymer

Victor Roman

Deb Schmit

David Shingler

Brian Slawson

Victoria Steel

Scot Storm

David Stoupakis

Janice Sugg

Leah Waichulis

Gwen Wong

Pete Zaluzec

And an inviting welcome to you, to attend “the birds Exhibition”!!

WELCOME TO THE IMAGINATION

Thank you for your support, for reading this newsletter, and for loving and appreciating art!!!

Raven Sawyer, the Beak Speak of Lovett’s, reminding you that life is more colorful when you have a good Artitude!

Editorial by: Raven Sawyer