This Week at Art MoCo
by sabine7 / July 17, 2009

Lorraine Peltz's work is a representation of how we absorb and then process information, by juxtaposing elements from different times and spaces. Her new exhibition of paintings is called Then & Now, in reference to mid-century modernism and the Pattern and Decorative movement of the 1970s. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Lorraine Peltz continues her exploration of history and identity through a female eye: chandeliers and cloudbursts set against velvety grounds.

Kelly McCallum combines Victorian taxidermy with gold-plated maggots.

The female form and influences from sacred texts are the basis of new work by Andrea Arroyo. Fluid lines, curves and soft movement beckon.

Teapots are on parade in a multimedia exhibition that makes us pay more attention to this everyday object.

Ellen McDermott's portraits fall into the category of surreal photography.

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