“ART for HOPE” Gallery Exhibition Event

Morini Gallery will will be donating its portion of the art sale proceeds directly to the Joe Andruzzi Foundation.

About the Foundation

The Joe Andruzzi Foundation is committed to providing help, hope, and a reason to smile, for New England cancer patients and their families by contributing financial support when it is needed most.

Schedule

Show dates: January 15, 2022 – March 20, 2022
Juror: Tatiana Flis
Drop off dates: January 10th and 11th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Artists Reception: Saturday, January 15th, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Pick up dates: March 21st & 22nd 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Sponsored by:

Juried selections for this exhibition include:

“Hope Helps” – Carly Blais

“Deux Amoureux” – Jim Borrebach

“Song Bird” – Pamela Chiasson

“Metro” – Jennifer De Lannee

“Sweeping Montmartre” – Jennifer De Lannee

“Topographies” – Mark Del Franco

“Steel” – Mark Del Franco

“Spring Fever Fence” – Devin DiChiara

“Hope & Spirit” – Gail Eckberg

“Mother Nature’s Sign of Hope – A Walk in the Park” – Carol Frieswick

“Mother Nature’s Sign of Hope – Low Tide” – Carol Frieswick

“Carlo’s Hope” – Charles Lanphere

“Bright Optimism” – Charles Lanphere

“Twilight Song” – Margo Lemieux

“Patterns in Nature – Waves #1” – Robin MacDonald-Foley

“Reflection” – marypaz

“Summer Breeze” – Donna Mazzone

“Dreaming in Gold” – Margaret Munson

“A Shared Perspective” – Karole Nicholson

“Winter Glow” – Claire Norris

“White Rose After the Rain” – Donna Parker

“Resilience” – Julia Purdy

“Sunset Eye” – Tatiana Roulin

“Twilight” – Tatiana Roulin

“The Sentinel on Ellis” – Kenneth Salome

“Lighting the Darkness” – Marjorie Sardella

“Trust” – Rebecca Skinner

“Anticipation” – Rebecca Skinner

“Flowing Toward Hope and Healing” – Judith Stein

“Poinsettia” – Beverly Tinklenberg

About the Juror

Tatiana Flis graduated from Cranbrook Academy of Art, MI, with a Masters in Sculpture, and from Ringling College of Art and Design, FL with a Bachelors in Sculpture and Printmaking, Flis is an Artist and Arts Administrator who believes that creative expression is fundamental to the human experience. She is currently the Program Administrator and Arts Festival Director for Boston College’s Arts Council, serves on the Board at the Brookline Arts Center, and is the Assistant Director of Fountain Street Gallery, Boston. Flis has been featured in Artscope Magazine, Art New England, Juniper Rag and reviewed in The Boston Globe. Her work has shown extensively throughout the United States and is collected internationally. Flis works from her studio in Millbury, MA.

Artist Statement: Tatiana Flis creates work that investigates the peripheral field of space we live in and fill. The all-pervasive moments which we value yet pass without a second glance propel her studio practice. In offering the viewer a familiar yet abstracted landscape, she allows access into private worlds not unlike our own, creating connections across boundaries of time and space. Flis’ subtle yet striking forms and compositions draw the viewer into other dimensions that are imbued with our daily routines, exploring relationships between the human psyche and moments of isolation, wonder, and longing.

Tatiana Flis


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