AUGUST: Rosalind Hodgkins & Al Rosser

Show dates: August 8 - September 8, 2014

All are invited to the show reception during Milford's "Art After Dark" on Saturday, August 9th from 6-9pm.

Rosalind Hodgkins

Rosalind's work develops from concepts of human & life activities. Her paintings tell stories using images as metaphors. The paintings reflect, and are reflections of, thoughts. Her ideas come from reading and from seeing images that stimulate visual ideas. She uses natural representation in an abstract and intuitive way. Since she began painting over 45 years ago, she has continually been fascinated and influenced by the metaphorical language of signs, symbols and myths.

Rosalind's education includes a BFA from Pratt Institute, study at The New School, Art Students League & Hull College of Art in England. She lived in NYC for 40+ years where she had several one-person shows and was included in numerous group shows in NYC and internationally. Her work has been reviewed in major art magazines and press.

Roz Hodgkins

Al Rosser

Al Rosser has made art his life's work. As a college professor, a Broadway set designer, a book illustrator, a commercial graphic artist, a junior high school teacher, and now as an independent artist. Al has devoted his entire career to art. His keen eye and wry sense of humor infuse his recent portraits with life and evoke smiles and recognition. His landscape paintings memorialize bucolic rural settings and dramatic skies. His sculptures capture movement, emotion and attitude.

Alvin Rosser graduated from Ohio University in 1953 with an MFA degree. While at OU he studied with Aaron Bohrod and Charles Burchfield. In 1953 he married and moved to New York where he worked for the Mutual Broadcasting Company as a visual presentations artist by day and studied painting with Hans Hoffman at night. From 1954 through 1960 he exhibited abstract paintings in group shows in many NY galleries: Ward Eggleston, Roko, Koltnow, and Caravan among others. He was a frequent exhibitor in the New York City Center Gallery. In 1960 he moved to Sparta, NJ. He is currently represented by: The ARTery Gallery in Milford, PA. In his spare time, Al enjoys golf, fishing and billiards. Al also dabbles in creative writing. His short story "A Lesson in Love," was published in I Thought My Father Was God, edited by Paul Auster in association with NPR's National Story Project.

Al Rosser

Show dates: August 8 - September 8, 2014

All are invited to the show reception during Milford's "Art After Dark" on Saturday, August 9th from 6-9pm.

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ART AFTER DARK

DOWNTOWN MILFORD

THE ARTERY

Come explore charming Milford on the beautiful Delaware River where Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey meet. Visit the ARTERY, a fine art and fine craft gallery, in the heart of downtown Milford, PA in the historic Forest Hall building.

Join us at the receptions for ART AFTER DARK every 2nd Saturday of each month to celebrate the installation of a new exhibit and meet the artists from 6-9pm.

Every month from June through October we feature a member artist by showcasing their work. From November through May the artists of the coop gallery present group exhibits within creatively titled themes. Additionally, in March the gallery hosts an annual students art exhibit from the Delaware Valley High School under the direction of their art teacher Christine Sweeney, showcasing the up and coming talent within our community.

Gallery Hours

APRIL through DECEMBER:
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11-6, Monday 11-3

JANUARY through MARCH:
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11-5

Location

The Artery Fine Art & Fine Craft Gallery
210 Broad St.
Milford, PA 18337
(570) 409-1234

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