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Art enthusiasts, experience the works of regional artists featured in Green Wolf's - Elegant Junque's monthly art exhibitions. A gallery opening reception is held on the first Friday of every month during First Fridays.  During the weekend, many of the artists will be available to discuss their work, and at times offer demonstrations of painting, sculpting, printmaking, wood carving and more.  Please visit our Events page for further details.

Enjoy the "Gifts From Our Loving Husbands" museum exhibit, previewing in the center of the barn. A humorous collection of home makers' inventions given to loved ones to make home life "easier"  along with Skippack memorabilia.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

FIRST FRIDAYS in Skippack Village: Artist Sarah Iannozzi/ Gallery Opening Reception / April 3rd, 2015

sarah iannozzi art gallery opening

Artist Sarah Iannozzi

About The Artist
"As an artist I'm trying to show the beauty and tranquility I see.  Since I was very young I have been told that I see the world differently than others.  I was often told ‘You see the world through rose colored glasses’ and ‘if only I could see the world as you do’.  So I have been trying most of my life to help people to see it that way, a place of beauty and happiness.

It was difficult road finding a way to express myself since writing is not a strong point.  Over the years I made attempts at other mediums, pastels, stained glass, and wood.  It was not until December of 2013 that I found painting.  I have a very bright and open morning room and decided that I wanted a blue sky with realistic clouds on the ceiling, but for that I had to learn to paint, so I asked for an easel for Christmas.  I spent the next few weeks figuring out brushes, brush strokes, blending, how the paint reacts to each other, and different mediums.  In the beginning of February I prepared the ceiling and painted it blue. Then the day I was to begin the clouds I had a tragic accident, I fell off a ladder at work and had a 60lb cat tree land on me.  I hurt my shoulder, face, neck, leg, and back, and to this day I still can't hold my left arm up for any amount of time and am not allowed to climb.  The positive in all this is that I found a way not just to express myself, but a way people could see the world as I do with my rose colored glasses.

My work focuses on the environment and the world around us.  I have always spent a great deal of time ‘staring into space’, the reality was that I have been observing the world, specifically nature.  Looking at photos for inspiration once I get an idea I sketch it out on the canvas in a very basic way only a few lines.  I love to work with acrylic paint because for its quick drying speed.  I like the do a lot layering and the speed of drying is necessary for that all of my paintings this far consist of no less the 5 layer.  With oil paint it would take over a year for each painting.

In my most resent painting I chose to include architectural detail in order to give it more depth. I did find it particularly challenging making sure the detentions showed the depth I was looking to achieve.  The next few I'll be doing will be smaller.  My goal is to attempt an even more impressionistic style.  I have several shows coming up for 2015 as well as interest from a well-known gallery in NY that will hopefully be booked for 2016.” – Sarah Iannozzi


Opening Reception:  April 3, 2015, 5 – 10pm
Show Dates:  April 3 – 26, 2016

For past, current, and future art exhibitions details, click here.

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