|Jan Tomlinson Master|
Pablo Hugo Rosada Vena from St. Augustine's Sister City, Aviles, Spain has sent vibrant watercolor abstractions in both 2 and 3D. Arriving in the U.S. on July 7, Rosada Vena will be painting his obelisk and visiting in conjunction with the Sister City student exchange from Aviles.
His counterpart, Jan Tomlinson Master, who traveled to Aviles in April to participate in White Night, or, La Noche Blanca, by interpreting an obelisk there, will show her Reflection mirror series that will be the basis of her obelisk in St. Augustine.
Xavier Brunet and Wendy Mandel-McDaniel both work in found object mixed media constructions. Brunet's furniture and Mandel-McDaniel's textural wall pieces will be on view.
Flagler Professor of Art and Design Don Martin will be showing a new series of prints. A master printmaker Martin has exhibited at the International Print Center New York in 2014 and the Bradley Biennial International Drawing and Print Exhibition and the Boston Printmakers Biennial Exhibition in 2015.
The Labryinth series of paintings by Diane Naylor have secrets and a rune decoding system unravels them. Dark and mysterious Naylor's work is new to St. Augustine.
Fine craft continues to be shown with sculptural musical instruments by ceramic artist Ken Jensen, Estella Fransbergens raku torsos, Gabrielle Gould's finely crafted silver, gold and enamel jewelry and Trasea lamp worked glass