NEW GEOMETRY: Abstract Invitational
New Geometry: Abstract Invitational features artists Matt Allyn Chapman (Lancaster, Pennsylvania), Nick Hollibaugh (Sutton, Massachusetts), Brittany Nelson (Richmond, Virginia), and Rosalyn Richards (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania). This selection of works represents a range of artists utilizing basic geometric forms as the building blocks for their compositions.
OUT THERE FROM RIGHT HERE: new works
In this solo exhibition, Out There From Right Here: new works, I explore the act of traveling and the concept of distance. Using the confines of their surfaces, the works use the space given to them. Bumping against the edges, floating and drifting safely inside their boundaries, the speak about the infinite and the limited. How far can one go when in such a perceivably small space?
THAT'S MY JAMB: new paintings
This solo exhibition, held in the City Hall Gallery in Lancaster, will explore the geometric architecture and varied use of color of the areas barn and shed doors. Their designs and colors are so graphic, so bold, and so fascinating. They become something more than just a place to put things, or store rarely used objects. they became symbols of individuality, while at the same time becoming symbols of community.
Main Line Art Center: Spring Gala 2017
Works of art to fall in love with in a variety of styles and price points for everyone…from the next-generation collector or art-buying novice, to the seasoned supporter. Proceeds benefit our programs, including Accessible Art programs for children and adults with disabilities.Participation in the Spring Gala exhibition is by juror selection.
JUROR: Ekaterina Popova, Artist & Publisher of Create! Magazine
Schematics of Thought: recent works
The Interiors by DECO showroom is proud to feature the work of artist Matt Allyn Chapman!
Join us on First Friday, March 3 to meet Matt and see his exhibition titled Schematics of Thought: Recent Works on Paper.
Passport to Paradise
Era Contemporary is hosting its second group exhibition, "Passport to Paradise," at the Cynwyd Club along the Main Line of Philadelphia. This catered exhibition will be a one night affair held in their beautiful ballroom and open free of charge to guests and the public. Showing artists with pieces thematically linked to travel, discovery, and a journey. Curated by Jessica Lynn Libor
2016 PCA&D Faculty Biennial
PCA&D is pleased to present new artworks created by its BFA faculty members teaching studio courses in Digital Media, Graphic Design, Illustration, Fine Art and Photography. This group exhibition provides a special opportunity for students and the public to see the work created by this talented group of artists.
+1: Piece & Process
In my curated exhibition for the Speer Gallery at the Shipley School +1: Piece & Process I’m looking at the relationships the artworks we make have to the objects and tools we use to make them.
NEW WORK: works on paper at the Fridge
THE FRIDGE: FEATURED ARTIST
Stop into The Fridge before November 12 to see some of my newest works on paper. While you're there, have a slice and a drink!
534 N Maulberry St, Lancaster PA 17603
A SLOW REGARD
The Ware Center for Visual and Performing Arts at Millersville University and Guest Curator Matt Allyn Chapman bring you “A Slow Regard”. This is an exhibition about elements of our lives that have the potential for significance but often are not thought about, or considered unimpressive. It’s also about our cultural and familial histories, suggesting a sense of place, and the materials that shape our day to day.
SHAPE UP: Geometric Abstraction in Lancaster
July at Sunshine Art + Design in Lancaster will feature a show of Four artists working with Geometric Abstraction. “SHAPE UP: Geometric Abstraction in Lancaster” will include recent works by artists Matt Allyn Chapman, Gail Gray, and Annie Kerekgyarto & Brenton Good. Each bringing their unique voice and particularities to an area of abstract art that has a reputation for being minimal and severe.
Beyond The Surface: A Survey of Contemporary Drawing
We live in an amazing time artistically; a little over one hundred years ago a show of this nature wouldn’t have been a possibility. Historically, drawings have been thought of as studies, sketches, doodles, subservient parts of a larger work. The modern notion of “works on paper” opened up an important dialog, elevating the mediums of drawing such as graphite and charcoal to high Art.