Barbara Arabian, Inbal Cohen Morris, Jamie Damon,
Gustavo Hernandez, Sarah Hines, Jennifer Lake,
Theresa Lawson, Eunjoo Maxwell, Humna Raza,
Cecilia Serrano, Julia Tenny, Jae Verdeyen
February 4 through March 12
Reception for the artists:
Saturday, February 4
In 1995, founders John Hartley, Adele Krause and Razz Fiesler opened Gallery 414 as a space to promote and exhibit contemporary art in a variety of media and subject matter by new and established artists. Mark Makers realizes the goal to feature artists of different sensibilities and experience by showcasing an eclectic collection of work by students enrolled in the Tarrant County College Northwest campus fine arts program.
Curated by Gallery 414 director and TCC art professor John Hartley, this exhibition highlights the talent and energy of new artists in what is, for most of them, their first exhibition. The Mark Makers artists are both young and old with varying degrees of experience with public exhibition. All of them, however, use their art to explore concepts and make statements with personal meaning.
Featuring landscape and figurative paintings and drawings from the abstract to representational, this exhibition celebrates the talent of artists who have been practicing their art for a relatively short time.