Virtual Exhibiting Artist Talk with Alan Metnick

July 29, 2020 4:00 pm

Alan Metnick’s mesmerizing graphic landscape serigraphs challenge, delight, inspire, and perplex. Focusing on conflicts in the Middle East post 9/11, Alan Metnick’s “Events: 2001-2011” portfolio illustrates how regions and lands can be loaded with social and political significance. Gratifyingly dense and complex mosaics of repeated lines and shapes portray city scapes and civilizations as disorienting labyrinths, with skies above filled with lightning bolts, and subterranean networks of tunnels beneath.

Join us on Zoom for a live artist talk with Mr. Metnick, followed by Q&A.

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Free for Members, General Admission $10 suggested donation.

About Alan Metnick

For more than 50 years Alan Metnick has been creating images and objects through photography, serigraphy, stained glass, painting, drawing and textiles. The catalyst for this work was and is historical, biblical and personal. Metnick holds a M.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design and a B.A in history from the University of Wisconsin. Determined to forge a meaningful life as an artist, Metnick has managed a silkscreen business and gallery, published books and portfolios, and exhibited his work in solo and group exhibitions in Rhode Island and Poland, among other venues.