Sync Gallery Presents: Phyllis Rider

Phyllis Rider Exhibition Statement Phyllis Rider’s new works explores a mono print process called Solarplate Relief Etching. Phyllis has been a printmaker for over 20 years, and although most of her prints have been monotypes, she loves learning new ways of printmaking. These new pieces challenged her with a process she was not familiar with, but excited her about the possibilities. As with all new processes, it had it challenges, but she likes the figuring out of the do’s and don’ts of such projects. Working with Solarplate master Dan Welden last year inspired her to explore the working with the sun process. The results for these new works reflect a variety of ways she could use her Solarpl

Sync Gallery Presents: Helene Strebel

Helene Strebel Exhibition Statement Helene Strebel primarily paints in her studio, rarely using reference material other than her own thoughts and dreams. She combines techniques of drawing and painting on paper and canvas surfaces. Despite classical training, she strives to capture her own voice and personal style in her work. Abstract art uses a visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition which my exist with a degree of independence. Abstraction indicates a departure from reality. Helene’s work is open for interpretation, and that is one of the beautiful things about it. Conceptual art gives you the freedom to explore the artwork and assign your own meaning of a

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