In Rembrandt's time, painters painted on Belgian linen with oils. Now, we're riddled with plastic. As artists and concerned stewards of Earth's future, we must find a way to use the plastic that continues to overwhelm our landfills and muck up our oceans. I'm only one girl, with one voice,and sometimes I feel like my effort to make our world a better place is merely a drop in the bucket, yet still I persevere in my quest to beautify the planet one artwork at a time.
Come and see and hear what I've got to say in my first Solo Show, "Elise Cheval: WORKS" at O'Hanlon Center For The Arts during my Opening on December 7 from 6-8 PM. Contemporary artworks including oil and watercolor paintings inspired by Collot d'Herbois' Veil paintings and sculptures created with China silk, rabbit skin glue, acrylic frames and mirrors and various media will be shown through December from 10-2PM in the "Loft Gallery".
While you bask in the glow of the "Art of the Spirit:Duality" Show next door in the Main Gallery, ask yourself, "What would Rembrandt do if he had access to acrylic frames?"