February 2019 - August 2019
A Whole Nother Story
Born and raised in Texas and educated at the University of Texas and the Ohio State University, Glen Holland had lived in Clintonville for years. He is the recipient of many individual artist’s fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, and numerous other grants and honors. He showed his work at the Fischbach Gallery in New York City for many years, as well as at other galleries and museums nationally.
For decades, Holland made small, dark still life paintings in oil, influenced strongly by the great Dutch and Spanish still life masters of the seventeenth century—even as he filled his notebooks with cartoon drawings, comics, and graphic narratives. After a life-changing event ten years ago, a new practice emerged. His new paintings ask: What is visual art, and how do visual and symbolic markings communicate differently? How did we evolve into human beings who could communicate at all? What is our communication for, and what does it mean? He brings centuries-old techniques—egg tempera and brush and inks—as well as new mediums to bear on his lifelong fascination with what cartoon drawings can accomplish, and combines and contrasts that with the other painting techniques he has developed to create new avenues of meaning.
August 2018 - January 2019
WE ARE SO GRATEFUL FOR YOUR GENEROSITY
All pieces in this show have been generously donated to FluxFlow Dance Project by Jacqueline Bourgeas.
All proceeds went towards our first full length self-produced piece of work performed at the Fisher Theater in Columbus, December 2018. These funds supported the salaries of four dancers and a musician, as well as, theater, marketing, and production related expenses.
Jacqueline Bourgeas was born in Paris, France.
In 1952, she entered into the world of graphic design and publishing, and started working with companies Chavanne and Philips.
In 1970, her desire to learn other forms of expression, brought her to handmade weaving, the spinning of wool and vegetable dyeing techniques. In the course of her career as a graphic designer, she became a designer of fabric, clothing, and silk paintings for the shop 'La Tisseranderie' in Paris (France).
In the 80’s, Jacqueline became interested by oil painting and technical pen work. She then designed the layout and cover of Christian Boltanski's book for the Art Press collection and a book about Sophie Taeuber-Arp for the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris.
Her first drawing exhibition took place at the Espace Bleu, Rue de Seine in Paris, then a permanent exhibition until 1995 at Gallery Éolia, 10 Rue de Seine in Paris. Jacqueline has done more than 30 exhibitions in France, individually and in groups, many with Amnesty International.
She is also the author of many logotypes including 'Sport Travel'.