Bradford Robinson: Mobiles
April 8 – May 2, 2018
Brad Robinson’s background as a biologist is reflected in the recurring themes of birds and fish in his mobiles. Influenced by the work of Alexander Calder and Asian art, Brad attempts to create an image with a minimum of lines, relying on movement and the viewer’s eye to complete the image. The aesthetic challenge to create sculpture in four dimensions holds an appeal to both the scientist and artist in him. His work is in several private collections, and a major piece was hung in Hartford Hospital in 1998.
Please join us for the opening reception for the artist on Sunday, April 8, from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, graciously hosted by the Library Associates.
Heidi Lindy: Woven Art
May 6 – 30, 2018
Salisbury resident Heidi Lindy studied graphic design at the Parsons School of Design in NYC and began her career in needlepoint and embroidery design. She is a member of the Artisans Group and Under Mountain Weavers and the proprietor of Creative Hands, a non-profit shop that has promoted local artisans and offered classes for children and adults.
She writes: “What felt like a natural extension of my love for the natural world was spinning, knitting, rug hooking and weaving – the world of fiber. Today I continue to explore the always-exciting diversity of color, design, and beauty in the smallest pebble and the land or seascape most grand.”
Please join us for the opening reception for the artist on Sunday, May 6, from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, graciously hosted by the Library Associates.