Faces All Around: Tim Evans

Monday Mosh Monsters: Adam Cutler

The 13th Annual College Show

February 3 – March 3, 2017

On view now at the Aurora are three exhibitions: the Thirteenth Annual College Show, Faces All Around by Tim Evans, and Monday Monster Mosh by Adam Cutler. Artist talks will be held on Saturday, February 11, at 1:00 PM: open and free to all.

 

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Monday Mosh Monsters

In 2011, Adam Cutler began an illustration blog with the intention of reconnecting to his childhood love of drawing monsters. Every Monday morning, he sketched a new monster for www.mondaymoshmonsters.com. Despite their small scale and occasionally humorous effect, these graphite sketches come out of a long tradition of monsters in art, with their hybrid and disjointed bodies, exaggerated physicality, and all-too-human expressions. Cutler is a graduate of the New England Institute of Art. He balances life as an in-house corporate designer and freelance artist, and operates a multidisciplinary design studio called Motionless Visions.

Week Number 146, graphite on paper, 5″ x 7″

 

 

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Tim Evans
Faces All Around

The abstracted human face dominates here. Working with diverse media, including oil and acrylic paint, metal, and stone, Evans uses intense colors and deliberately crude brushstrokes to create portraits of unknown subjects, whose expressions convey a compelling urgency without defining narratives. With a BA from Boston College and MA from Harvard University, Evans participates in the Artist Group of Charlestown and ArtsWorcester. The artist’s studio is located in Westborough, MA and his works have been displayed at locations in greater Boston.

Speak No More, oil on canvas, 24″ x 24″

 

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Thirteenth Annual College Show

Come see the best work created by students at Worcester-area colleges and universities. Juried by Eva Fierst, of the University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMass Amherst, this exhibit drew from students studying in programs that range include international development, math, and, of course, studio art. Come see Worcester as a college town!

Congratulations to the following students whose work was selected for exhibition:
– Kevail Cole, Interactive Media and Design, Quinsigamond Community College
– Samantha DiMauro, Graphic Design and Italian Studies, Assumption College
– Aiden Duffy, Studio Art, College of the Holy Cross
– Jack Gallagher, Visual Arts – Studio, College of the Holy Cross
– Timothy Gardner, Biology, College of the Holy Cross
– Theresa Gervais, Undeclared, College of the Holy Cross
– Murphy Grady, Undeclared, College of the Holy Cross
– Hillary Graves, Graphic Design, Anna Maria College
– Alexandra Gray, Studio Art & Women and Gender Studies, Clark University
– Sean Harlow, Interactive Media Game Design, Becker College
– Samuel Harnois, Spanish and Communication, Worcester State University
– Ryan Hatfield, Economics, College of the Holy Cross
– James Henderson, Studio Art, Clark University
– Michael Hughes, Associate of Art, Quinsigamond Community College
– Alex Hull, Culture and Communications, Clark University
– Mark Ingram, Psychology, Clark University
– Amber Kelley, Philosophy, Assumption College
– Katherine Love, Biology, College of the Holy Cross
– Kevin Lyon, Interactive Media and Game Design, Becker College
– Katie MacMullin, Math, College of the Holy Cross
– Isabel Miranda, Geography and Studio Art, Clark University
– Matthew Mitera, Graphic Design, Anna Maria College
– Mae-Chu O’Connell, Studio Art and Psychology, Holy Cross
– Suzanne Pekar, Graphic Design and Studio Art, Anna Maria College
– Kyle Richer, Studio Art, Clark University
– Teide Riley-McNary, History and Studio Art, Clark University
– Demet Senturk, Studio Art, Clark University
– Utsav Shrestha, Human Potential, Clark University
– Michelle Solano, Graphic Design, Becker College
– Cherish Springer, Mechanical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
– Charlie Suse, International Studies and Studio Art, College of the Holy Cross
– Allison Thiel, Studio Art,College of the Holy Cross
– Andre Toribio, Studio Art, Clark University
– Michael Tortora, Graphic Design, Assumption College
– Chung Truong, Geographic Information Science, Clark University
– Anna Valdez, Environmental Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
– Demetrius Wilson, Studio Art, College of the Holy Cross
– Kei Ving Wong, Chemistry and Studio Arts, College of the Holy Cross

The Thirteenth Annual College Show is underwritten by these generous sponsors:


Image: Layered Landscapes – Marsh, painting, matte paper, foam, wood, and string, by Jack Gallagher, Visual Arts – Studio, College of the Holy Cross

 

 

 

 

 

 

Images on front page:

Lepidopterist, oil paint and collage on canvas, by Allison Thiel, Studio Arts, College of the Holy Cross. Artwork featured in The 13th Annual College Show.

Week Number 23, graphite on paper, 5″ x 7″ by Adam Cutler

The Tyrant, oil and pen on canvas, 20″ x 20″ by Tim Evans

 

 

Coming Soon to the Aurora

 

C.M. Judge, Beyond the Gaze
James Buxton, Order Out of Chaos
Patricia Paxson, Drawn from Beauty
March 17 – April 7, 2017

The Seventeenth ArtsWorcester Biennial
Juried by Samantha Cataldo
May 5 – June 2, 2017

The Fifth Annual “One” Members’ Exhibition
June 16 – July 15, 2017