The Quest: A Journey of Discovery Through Textiles
On exhibit in the Columbus State Community College Library
A reception for the artist shall be held on Saturday, May 11th, in the Multimedia Studio, 12 - 2 p.m.
The Multimedia Studio is located on the 1st floor of the Columbus State Library, in Columbus Hall.
Please click on the Visitor Parking link to learn more about parking options.
See the artist's website for an aerial photograph of where we are located on the Columbus State Campus.
Philip Sarsany – CSCC – Aspiring Art Historian
See more of this artist’s work at his website: www.philipsarsany.com
Working with fibers is an amazing way to not only produce pieces of art, but also to give your body and mind a touch of relax. This labor can let materials grow from a “seed” to a beautiful representation of feelings and thoughts.
With the use of different textiles, I ask my inner being to talk to others about what I can make to transform materials in a very personal way. This kind of work is a continuous experimentation with fibers and techniques which leads me to discover skills to show the world another kind of art.
Special thanks to my Mentor in the pursuing of my bachelor’s degree in Art History, Dr. Janice Glowski from Otterbein University, Westerville, OH.
The pieces featured in this exhibition include diverse techniques such as crochet, knitting, and weaving to transform yarn and other fibers; also collage, and quilling to produce artwork with papers while “playing” with colors and textures.
Click on the PDF file below to view this exhibition!
Who's scheduled to exhibit art in the library 2019:
January - OPEN
Mid - February through March - Steven Riggs - Oils, Graphite, & Portraits
April - Vernon Lewis
May - Philip Sarsany - "The Quest: A Journey of Discovery Through Textiles"
June - Mark Fohl - Colorful Columbus
July - OPEN
August - W. C. Hemming - Acrylic
September - Daryl Brown - Oils, Watercolors, and Drawings
October - Cecilia Roman
November - Sherlann Lewandowski - Mixed Digital Illustrations
December - OPEN
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