May 23, 2006
Outrageous Look is pleased to present a
varied multidisciplinary group show of some of the
most proming artist submissions from our first
season, as well as new work by Diane Dwyer whose
second solo show at Outrageous Look is slated for
Spring 2007. Works shown include tapestry, collage,
painting, site-specific sculpture, and assemblage.
PAT ARNAO will be showing a series of 2" x
2" miniature oil paintings of landscapes with fires or
KATE CHILKO's sculptural and illustrative
works use images and writings to deal with themes
of the context of the self, family and society.
DIANE DWYER had her first solo show at
Outrageous Look in November 2005. Her deep and
delicate oil paintings capture images of the "intersec-
tion of divine and the banal".
RYAN KITSON's site-specific piece for the
OL windows will be a re-working of a "J-Lo" man-
nequin type store display.
STEVE MacDONALD's tapestries and con-
structions use sewing and carpentry to create beau-
tiful iconic landscapes of golden dreamscapes.
JASON WRIGHT has been working for years
reconstructing his own paintings as a form of assem-
blage and recycling -- the pieces for this show are
seen at once two and three-dimensional works on
ANDREW ZAROU works with collage,
painting and drawing to chart an intuitive and lyrical
flow of form and reference in his delicate works on
June 7 - July 6, 2006
Wednesday June 7, 2006 7-9pm
103 broadway btn. Bedford & Berry
Williamburg, Brooklyn 11211
Gallery Hours: Thursday - Monday 12-6
36 x 48 inches
4 x 4 feet
Visiting the Pigeon House
May 12, 2006
Kara Maria’s “Zig Zag”
The exhibit will be on display at Arts Visalia,
214 E. Oak, Visalia,
from May 9 to June 10.
There will be an artist’s reception on
May 19 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Check out Kara Maria's
kara maria is also in a goup show @
Conflict and Art at the Cantor Arts Center,
(a group exhibition including one of my monoprints)
June 7 to August 27, 2006 the Cantor Arts Center is located
on the Stanford University campus