Black and White (.......mostly!)
Peggy Ferris, Tom Pazderka and Roger Stevens
All three artists with different visions, using different materials and mediums, yet presenting a unifying exhibition of form and structure. Their pallettes are mostly monochromatic (although a touch of color seeps through from time to time).
May 25 - July 20
Opening reception: May 26, 5-8 p.m.
May artists (show ends may 24)
"Waves and Particles" by Max Gleason. This is Gleason's first major west coast show. He recently moved to Santa Ynez from New York City, where he spent most of his creative adult life and exhibited regularly. His work is large, spectacularly rendered and full of surprises!
Listen to Max Gleason's Artist interview with Ted Mills: FunkZone Podcast Episode #110
Introducing Jay Peterzell, a Washington DC based artist. Jay is a master craftsman and we are fortunate to have several of his charcoal sketches and paintings.
Dillon Samuelson is from York, Pennsylvania. Samuelson's works are moody; he zeroes in on a particular part of the image, such as an eye or hands while the rest of the piece is submerged in the background. His work is very compelling as he draws the viewer deep into his canvas. This is his second showing at Silo118.
If you weren't able to make it to a recent exhibition or if you want to revisit any of the art, Silo118 will continue to have pieces by Michael Armour, Neal Crosbie, Max Gleason, Felicia Olin, Jay Peterzell, Dillon Samuelson and more. Just ask...