BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-// Calendar//EN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT UID:tncms-event_e8ecac72-0f70-11e4-b141-5b9ebe386d71 CLASS:PUBLIC SUMMARY:Opening Reception: Repetition, Rhythm, Pattern - single DTSTAMP:20170523T032835Z DTSTART:20140912T170000Z DTEND:20140912T200000Z LOCATION:Duane Reed Gallery 4729 Mcpherson Ave Saint Louis MO 63108 PRIORITY:0 DESCRIPTION:Duane Reed Gallery invites you to Repetition, Rhythm, Pattern, an exhibition curated by Jane Sauer showcasing 5 artists’ passion, or otherwise obsession, with repetition. Exhibition opens Friday, September 12th with a reception that evening 5 – 8pm. The exhibition will run through October 18th. Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10-5pm.  \nRepetition is a pervasive theme in art: rhythm, pattern, refrain, echo, chorus. It is intrinsic within the human condition to practice, copy, and imitate in order to learn, understand, and grow. Nature reveals the overwhelming richness of repetition in the elements. Repetition is a thread throughout our experience in which the single unit multiplied becomes a new substance stronger than its pieces, but wholly representative of the essence and potential of the individual thing. Are artists who study repetition seeking the comfort of conformity, predictablility, or cohesiveness, or rather participating in an exploration of innate design and transformative growth?  \nRepetition, Rhythm, Pattern exhibits 5 artists’ thematic variations in which the act of repetition goes beyond the objects themselves and create a spectrum of experiences, from peace and tranquility to an impression of excitable syncapations. \nBettison is one of Australia’s foremost glass artists whose reinterpretation of Venetian glassworking techniques produces textile-like patterns and textures. Glover experiments with the nearly limitless applications of paper to create flowing sculptural scapes on panel. Rimel is a St. Louis-based artist who handquilts layers of photographs printed on repurposed flour-sack cloth, beckoning to ideals of mending and repair. Rosenfeld employs jewelry-working  and mosaic techniques to contextualize memory-base, magical realism scaffolded by nostalgia. Shimomoto manipulates a complex network of glass rods into sculptural tapestries, transforming such space into a meditative journey. \nJane Sauer brings to the gallery 36 years of broad experience as a highly recognized professional in the arts. She is known nationally by museum curators and collectors for her work as an innovative artist, with work in the collections of over 20 museums. As owner of the Jane Sauer Gallery, Santa Fe, NM for the past 9 years, Jane developed many artists’ careers and has helped build several very important collections. She has been continuously active in promoting the arts both nationally and locally. END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR